I have a Nigerian degree in accounting major and also ACCA. I am currently working in the US on a temporary work Visa (L1) and i intend to write the CPA exam. I also working with one of the big four firms in Dallas. What state do you advise i write the exam? I am currently thinking about Califonia. The texas accounting board requires i get a police report from my home country which is quite impossible for me to get from here. WOuld i also be able to get some credits with my ACCA?
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The course aims to give students an insight into the object-oriented approach to the design and implementation of software systems. The course also considers specific features of the programming language Java, in particular, graphical interfaces and event driven applications. The second part of the course is intended to give students the necessary background to understand the technical software aspects of how computers communicate across the internet. Students will be introduced to the underlying principles of client-server computing systems and will gain the required conceptual understanding, knowledge and skills to enable them to produce simple web-based computing systems in Java.
*Full-time registration in the School of Visual Arts MFA programs requires that students enroll in at least credits per semester. Full-time registration for 32-credit MA programs requires registration of - credits per semester. Students dropping below the required number of credits in a given semester will be considered part-time students. Please note that part-time status must be approved by an advisor on a case-by-case basis, and that students dropping to part-time status may not be eligible for financial aid such as scholarships or loans. International students are typically required to remain at full-time status.
Now that you know how difficult and painful the CFA program is, why on earth would anyone want to go through it?
At a more sophisticated summative level, pre-test data will be linked to a post-test analyser that allows for the analysis of both individual growth and average class growth between pre- and post-test occasions. This growth will be expressed both as a percentage score improvement and as an effect size.
The board exam for Level I of the CFA is administered twice each year, typically over the first weekends in June and December. Exams for the other two levels are only administered on the first weekend of June. Each test is taken on paper during a single day and consists of two three-hour sessions. Level I exam questions are straight multiple-choice. The Level II test is made up of vignette questions: an initial vignette of information must be referred to in order to answer a subsequent series of questions. Level III questions require short answers and also pose more vignette questions.