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EA Exam

Missed by only 3 points!!! You are so close!!!

I would study ALL of the material on Thomson's list, as the exam questions are no longer based on prior year's questions but have been written from ALL of the material. Part 2 is the toughest because there is so much to study. Try studying for part 1 & 3, taking those parts, then later after you pass those, studying for part 2.

NATP has a 3 day "cram course" which is normally offered in the Fall. I don't teach it, but when I was studying for the EA exam, I took it right before the exam to refresh my memory of what was important.

Even though I am an instructor for NATP, I am prohibited from disclosing to them the questions on the new exam, since I was one of the Cut Score Study Subject Matter Experts.

good luck


EA exam

Sorry, I read your prior post too fast. If you only have to pass part 2 then you need to study all businesses (LLCs, Sch C, Corps, Partnerships), trusts, estates, non-profits, etc.

It is much more than corporations. Kevinh5

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