Just in case you missed one of these, or you want to read them again, we’ve compiled this year’s most-read blog posts from the CPAWSB archive.
|1. Study Time: Preparing for the Module Exam – Gearing up to study for your module exam can seem daunting. This post shares some tips to get you started. – June 4, 2020|
|2. Preparing for the CFE – A compilation of posts to help you study for the CFE. – August 21, 2020|
|3. Plagiarism Investigations from 2019 – The types of plagiarism cases and the number of cases found in 2019 (CPA PEP and CPA preparatory courses). – February 6, 2020|
|4. June 2020 CPA assessments Outlines the changes to the CPA exams due to the COVID-19 pandemic. – April 17, 2020|
|5. New Year New Utilization: Incorporating PEP module changes to your study plan – Three tactics candidates can employ to add or edit their study plan to make effective use of these new or revised items. – January 30, 2020|
|6. Practical tactics and time-saving tools: Part 1 – Using a larger goal to work backwards from. Part 2 follows with the tools, the daily tasks we complete to work towards that larger goal. – July 17, 2020|
|7. Planning your path through CPA PEP to your CPA designation – Another compilation, this one includes posts that will help you decide the best route for you. – October 30, 2020|
|8. Tough Love: This journey is difficult – Different strategies to show kindness to yourself, both during and outside pandemic times. – November 13, 2020|
|9. Practice Like You Play: The Importance of Writing in Exam-Like Conditions – Regular contributor and CPAWSB Lead Policy Advisor Samantha Taylor offers counterarguments to common objections she’s heard from candidates over the years. – February 21, 2020|
|10. Preparing for the September 2020 CPA PEP exams – Tools for self-empowerment as well as links to help candidates study for the CFE. – September 11, 2020|
In Other News
The way that you converse with a friend is going to be very different from how you converse with a facilitator or a CPAWSB staff member; the same is true in written communication. Your emails and assignments should be business appropriate and reflect your professionalism. In this post we examine how to write professional-sounding correspondence, whether in your studies or at work.
Mar 17, 2023
Know Your EQ
Have you ever heard someone refer to EQ, or emotional intelligence? It’s the ability to be aware of and understand emotions—yours and others—and many organizations embrace leaders with high EQ. You can develop your own EQ and use it to succeed as a learner and a professional by identifying, evaluating, discovering, controlling, and expressing emotions.
Feb 17, 2023
Are you trying to balance work, school and life while working toward getting your CPA designation? We have listed out some planning tips to get you started on your journey to getting your time more organized.
Feb 10, 2023
Common Actions Within My CPA Portal
My CPA Portal is an online account for anyone enrolled in or planning to enroll into the CPA Western School of Business (CPAWSB or “the School”). Through My CPA Portal, you can submit transcript assessment requests, apply to enter programs, and register for courses offered by the School. Additionally, there are some other important administrative actions that you can do within the portal. Below we outline how to accomplish four actions that we regularly receive questions about.
Dec 15, 2022