Yash ThakurJan 29, 2013
My son, Yash Thakur will graduate this April in Commerce. He is confused about his further studies b...
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YoungBuzz Counselor - Dear Yash ,

There are a lot of options after completing your graduation in Commerce like MBA , Law , Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) , Cost and Work Account , Computer Related , Multimedia,etc. To clear this confusion I would recommend her to take up Youngbuzz career assessment test which will see your interest , aptitude and personality based on that we will recommend your top 3 careers. Post that we will be able to guide him properly. To take this test click on this link : http://www.youngbuzz.com/career-assessment/role-assessment-career-counselling .

To become a certified public accountant, you must pass all four parts of the Uniform CPA Examination. Each state administers the examination and reports scores to its candidates. However, the examination is made up and graded by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).

The exam is offered up to six days a week during January, February, April, May, July, August, October and November each year. Each two month testing period is called a window. Candidates make appointments for specific dates and times during a window at a regional testing center.

After the state board determines a candidate is eligible to sit for specific sections of the CPA Examination, the candidate will receive a Notice to Schedule (NTS).

The candidate can then register directly with a Prometric testing center to take one or more sections. Candidates can schedule test appointments online at www.prometric.com\cpa, or by calling 1-800-580-9648 (Candidate Services Call Center) or contacting their local test center.

The four parts of the examination are:
• Auditing & Attestation
• Financial Accounting & Reporting (business enterprises, not-for-profit organizations, and governmental entities)
• Regulation (professional responsibilities, business law, and taxation)
• Business Environment & Concepts
The examination takes two days. Each of the four parts of the examination is graded on a scale of 0 to 100. The minimum passinng score is 75.

Wishing your son all the best!
Feb 05, 2013

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