When you’re studying for the CPA exam a lot of students begin to ask questions about what CPA review course they should take. The answer to that question is that it doesn’t matter. As long as you’re taking a CPA review course that is structured and covers the material that will be on each part of the exam, then you should be able to perform well on the actual test. The review materials all contain the same information; it is up to the student to study those materials and to learn the material for their upcoming section.
The really important part of studying for the exam is time management. You need to let your family, friends, acquaintances, and strangers know how busy you will be for the next few months. Though, as Tripp mentioned before, you also have to pace yourself. Studying for 15 hours a day will give you diminishing returns and you’ll decrease your chances of understanding the material and increase your chances of frustration (which will happen regardless, but it passes).
It is quite the journey to get to the point where you’re eligible to sit for the CPA exam. Think of it as fighting many battles to finally win the war. You will win, as long as you put forth the effort. Remember, your chances for success all depend on you.