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Nothing may be more significant in the professional life of a Certified Public Accountant than preparing for, taking and passing the Uniform CPA Examination. And quite possibly, nothing may be more difficult.
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Learn what it takes to become a CPA in Ohio at a CPA Exam Information Session -- educational requirements, how to apply and schedule, Exam content and format and how to prepare and pass! If you are even thinking about taking the CPA Exam, consider attending an information session featuring Steve A. Martin, Attorney at law, MBA, CPA, the president and instructor of MDS CPA Review.
Passing the CPA exam is an important milestone in an accountant’s career. Preparing for the exam efficiently and in a cost effective manner is a top priority; not only for the CPA candidates but also for the firms recruiting them. The new 2011 CPA Exam not only emphasizes that priority but also raises questions about how best to prepare.
If you want to sit for the Uniform CPA Exam in the state of Ohio, you are required to have 150 semester hours (225 quarter hours) of college education. Studies show that individuals who sit for the CPA exam with 150 hours have higher first-time pass rates than their counterparts who take the exam after only four years of school.
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