CPA candidates are expected to have a good level of technical knowledge across the full range of topic areas in the Study Guide. While technical knowledge is essential, on its own it will not be enough to obtain a pass mark.
What is important is an understanding of the skills the examining team are testing. What they are looking for is the application of the detailed knowledge and, how it is used in context.
CPA exams are at the higher end of learning skills, and require such skills as analysis, evaluation, assessment, decision making, critical analysis and discussion. Repetition of textbook material or model answers to a different question is highly unlikely to be awarded many marks. For CPA Program exams, you will be required to demonstrate the professional skills that employers deem as most in demand in the accountancy sector, such as analysis, scepticism, evaluation, commercial acumen, and communication.
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