I know have to come up with a new study schedule. Since my plans to sit for FAR in November are now gone, I need a new game plan.
FAR: January 7
BEC: February 4
I need a strategic plan to help me get plan out my time. I HAVE to keep on top of FAR. I know that if I dont keep doing the MCQs, I will forget material and will not be ready when exam time comes.
I also need to start studying for BEC. There are a lot of equations in this exam and I know I'm going to need ample time to practice and get them down.
I also started classes again. I going through the CPA review for REG and AUD through BECKER online.
I just need better time management or more time. I am trying to squeeze in studying every moment I get but its getting a bit overwhelming. I cannot keep dwelling on the fact that I can't take FAR this month and just move on.
Any suggestions? I really need some other input on this. Because the route I'm thinking about taking looks tough.
November: Keep doing FAR MCQ's and going over my difficult topics.
December: Start BEC and keep doing FAR MCQ's - I'm actually thinking about getting the Becker FAR flashcards at this point. They are available really cheap on Ebay.
January: Sit for FAR and start REG
February: Sit for BEC and possibly REG.
March: Start AUD
April: Sit for AUD
This is all on top of keep up with my regular classes to stay on track to graduate in May.
Does this plan sound logical? Any comments would be greatly appreciated.