Compared to other programs in the market, Yaeger CPA Review is a teaching course. We teach concepts so that our students understand what they are doing and how to respond to a question. We reinforce our lectures by working hundreds of multiple choice and simulation questions along with you. We even work journal entries so that you get a good feel for what you will need to do on the exam.
Other courses in the market are memorization courses. They use many mnemonics and memorization tricks. You end up underlining and highlighting your entire book. We believe, if you have a true understanding of the concepts, you will be better able to answer the questions you will see on your exam. We emphasize understanding over memorization and repetitive MCQ.
In short, better teaching, better technology and a level of unmatched personal service sets us apart from any of the competitors in the market.
Includes extension for 3 months to any failed* section. To qualify for the Yaeger CPA Review Pass Guarantee you must: (1) purchase directly from Yaeger CPA Review, (2) complete the CPA Review program online (completed and answered 90% of the course with no more than a 45-day break in your studies) to be eligible. Note: Review course progress is tracked automatically and must be verified by one of Yaeger CPA's Review staff
If you do not pass the CPA exam, you must send a copy of your official grades from your state board showing that you did not pass the section(s) that you were studying for with Yaeger CPA's Review course material.
Unfortunately, we are not able to provide a specific percentage. We've found that courses that do provide percentages are likely to be inaccurate and infrequently updated because the AICPA does not track or post review provider pass rates.
All review providers must calculate their own pass rates using student questionnaires and feedback. In our experience, candidates are very reluctant to share their scores. Often, candidates will share successes and not failures so rates are likely to be skewed.
We advise against using passing rates as a way of judging a review course. Instead, we recommend looking at our student reviews.