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by Patrick R. Delaney,O. Ray Whittington

Download Wiley CPA Exam Review 2007 Financial Accounting and Reporting (Wiley CPA Examination Review: Financial Accounting  Reporting) ePub
  • ISBN 047179757X
  • ISBN13 978-0471797579
  • Language English
  • Author Patrick R. Delaney,O. Ray Whittington
  • Publisher Wiley; 4 edition (December 1, 2006)
  • Pages 1008
  • Formats azw txt lit mobi
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Accounting
  • Size ePub 1366 kb
  • Size Fb2 1869 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 141

The most effective system available to prepare for the CPA exam—proven for over thirty years—Wiley CPA Exam Review 2007: Financial Accounting and Reporting offers timely, up-to-the-minute coverage for the computerized exam. It contains all current AICPA content requirements in financial accounting and reporting.

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I studied with Becker the first time I took BEC, and got a 74. The second time around, I was starting to memorize questions and felt I just needed another perspective on the information. The Wiley book was good for this purpose, but I don't know how someone would pass with this book alone. Becker is far superior in terms of organization and focusing on test applicable material. Wiley was much more indepth, which was not necessary.

Also there was some blatantly incorrect information in the book. This surprised me as this is the 2009 edition, and I thought everything would be up to speed. These were not huge items of information, but it did occur more than once.

Overall the book was helpful, and I would recommend it as supplemental material for anyone sitting for the exam.
I am currently studying for the cpa exam and wanted a book that would aid in my study. This book was NOT helpful to me at all. It was very boring, dull, and hard to read. I would love to have seen more examples in the description part of the some of the lessons/topics for discussion, however that was not the case. Total Disappointment. If you're looking for a book to review the principles and quiz yourself on the lesson previously studied. This is not it.
I used this book to study, and passed the CPA exam with an 89. It is thorough and should contain almost everything you need. For a few of the topics I had difficulty with, I had to go back to my college notes/textbooks for clarification. Not sure if this was a shortcoming of the book or me :)

It had plenty of questions, good explanation of the answers, and many extended problems to help prepare for the test. I've seen other people complain of constant errors. I noticed a few, but nothing to prevent me from buying other Wiley books in the future (I just bought the REG book).
The Wiley Auditing Review was the sole and, therefore, critical tool I used in studying for this portion of the CPA exam. As others have noted, it is both exhaustive and dry; further, it contains far more errors and unclear/ambiguous questions than are acceptable. Nevertheless, for anyone that is discipled and diligent in their study effort (and is willing to do some extra work to identify and correct its errors), the book's comprehensiveness will get the job done in helping you obtain a passing score on this section of the CPA at a relatively low cost. It did for me.
I totally agreed with other people saying that Wiley CPA Review MC's are much harder than Becker's. I am using both Becker and Wiley Reviews to prepare my coming BEC exam which is on Oct. 2. By studying the perviously CPA released MC's, you pretty much got some ideas what the examers expected. They expected you know all the material inside and out. If it's that case, the Wiley MCs are more realistic compare to Becker's. However, I dislike the way Wiley formats the outlets in the book. The studying contents in the Wiley's book are not detail enough to work through the MCs. I like the Becker's books that explains more details in the contents, but its MCs are not indepth enough. By using combination of these two studying reviews, we see if I can pass the BEC.
SO far using Wiley books alone and not using any other material I got a 82 AUD, 85 AUD, and 87 BEC. This is also considering the fact I took my last accounting courses over 8 years ago. These books are all you will need.

The only drawbacks are that it is a very complicated book that sums up everything with few words. Every CPA exam so far I took after using this books seemed like a babies test, this book is way more complicated than the exam. This can be good or bad, because going into the CPA exam you will be prepared for much harder questions. Bad is that you will sometimes be overwhelmed when using this book.
I thought this review book was more than enough to prepare me to pass the AUD section of the CPA exam. I didn't take any review courses, just read the book and went over all the MC questions and simulations. Would definitely recommend, especially since it's so much cheaper than taking a review course.
Horrible, Utterly Horrible, The authors and editors have no comprehension of writing a grammatically correct sentence. Punctuations are non-existent and for anyone who enjoys reading, this is pure torture of the mind. There is no flow in the course of the material within each section. Its as smooth as a jagged rock when it moves from one topic to another within any given section of the book. It is not worth the money to buy. Other review books are out there that is more comprehensible to any person that can read.