AUD Gleim Audit Supplemental Course 2024

Welcome to the Gleim AUD supplemental Course. This course is best for CPA candidates who are studying for the CPA exam using Gleim AUD review course. Start your free trial today.
Mansour Farhat · 16 October 2023

Course Description

 

This Gleim AUD  supplemental course offers a comprehensive understanding of the theory behind the concepts of AUD. The lessons and Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) supplement (rather than substitute) Gleim material. Aligned and mapped to your  Gleim CPA exam
review, this supplemental AUD course provides a more thorough and detailed review of the topics. Start your free trial today.

Who should take this Gleim AUD supplemental course?

  • CPA candidates whose review course seems too brief or fast-paced.
  •  CPA Candidates facing accounting knowledge gap
  •  CPA Candidates with time gap between graduation and exam preparation
  •  International CPA candidates who are not familiar with the U.S. accounting standard and/or tax system
  •  CPA candidates with a combination of the above situations

What Sets Us Apart?

  1. Enhanced Explanations: comprehensive breakdown of each topic by Professor Farhat; including explanations on how to solve MCQs and simulations on exam day.
  2. Seamless Integration:Our course structure mirrors Gleim’s layout, making it a breeze for students to locate corresponding supplemental materials.  Materials are tagged as Study Unit 1, Study Unit 2, Study Unit 3, and so on.
  3. Diverse Question Set: Test your knowledge with over 1,000 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and True/False (TF) queries, alongside practical exercises to fortify your understanding.
  4. Exclusive community platform:  Connect with peers who are studying for the same exam as you. 

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If you have any questions about the product, contact us via:

  1. Email: support@farhatlectures.com
  2. WhatsApp: USA 484-894-10

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Course Includes

  • 56 Lessons
  • 226 Topics
  • 165 Quizzes