I have been tested a lot in governmental & not for profit, but they were not very difficult. Luckily, simulation 1 was the one you tested us in the first day of FAR class, AR aging and bad debt calculation. They were almost the same. Simulation 2 was the bonds payable and amortization table.
Simulations for both FAR and AUD were not very difficult, but not REG. And in AUD, I have been tested a lot in IT part, like BEC.
While preparing this exam, I do have plans. To have the balance my work and study, I have all my study in the weekends. And to avoid forgetting everything I studied, I separated them in two testing time. Each testing time I have one that I am not very good at. For example, I am not good at REG and AUD. In the the first testing, I had REG and BEC, and had the FAR, AUD to be the next one. So, I can have more time to focus the weakest ones. However, after finishing the exam I found out that they were not difficult and it is better to finish them at one time if students are accounting major. The longer time you prepared doesn't equip you well for the exam. It would just waste time.
Thank you very much for your advice for the Ethic book. I would like to know if I get the certificate, what will be the wording in my resume as I heard that I cannot put CPA. What will be your suggestions?
Currently, I worked in a foreign company as a financial analyst, and most part of work is to prepare the financial reports, budget and business analysis.