Your Study Profile Is: The Natural

Success in school has always come easier to you than others, but that presents its own set of problems with the CPA exams...


As a Natural, things have always come easy to you. That's not to say you don't put in effort, but you've usually been able to be above average with less effort than others.

This is also one of the biggest risks when it comes to studying for the CPA exams: you might not need to study 6 hours a day to pass like some candidates, but no one simply "coasts" to 4 passing scores.

Passing the CPA exams will take much more time and effort than any academic endeavor you've experienced up to this point.

  • Your Biggest Strengths

    You’re a fast learner, and a great test-taker. You will be able to move through the study material faster than some candidates, but that doesn’t mean you won’t need to put in the work.

  • Your Weaknesses

    Overconfidence or underestimating the difficulty of the exams, especially FAR and REG. Also, relying on the methods that allowed you to cruise through exams in high school and college probably won’t work for the CPA exams.

  • Study Methods to Focus On

    As a natural, you’ll get the most bang for your buck in the shortest amount of time by jumping straight into practice questions.

    You have the ability to read between the lines and are a great critical thinker, so you’ll be able to learn what you need to from most lessons just by going through practice questions.

    Take concepts that you struggle with and create your own flashcards that you can use to review later.

    This ‘question-first approach’ is the basis of the study methods I used to pass all 4 sections in 3 months. We have a free training that walks you through this approach from start to finish here…

  • How to Structure Your Study Routine

    Having a daily study routine that you stick to 100% will be crucial to your success. Even though you’re a natural, it’s better to be safe than sorry on exam day so make sure you nail every single day of studying.

    Again, the training mentioned above walks through how to do your main study session in just 2 hours a day… but it’s crucial you follow the routine day in and day out.

Jared Jared

"My name is Jared, and I'm a CPA. I pretty much have every bit of that thanks to SuperfastCPA. I highly recommend SuperfastCPA. I purchased the study materials and it was absolutely worth every penny"

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"I got the review notes & audio notes. I was skeptical at first, I didn't think you could get the information you needed in that short of time... but I was pleasantly surprised... and hey, I passed. I can say this... it is the best purchase I have made for my CPA study dollar I have made..."

How I passed all 4 sections in 3 months, step-by-step...

I know that sounds too good to be true. I'm not saying everyone will get those same results.

Here's what happened:

  1. I spend 3 months studying the "normal way" for FAR, and go in and fail it.
  2. At this point, I'm now working full-time and have very little time to study, so I use some of my own ideas for studying... "study hacks" if you will
  3. Miraculously, this new approach works... in less study time each day, and I end up passing all 4 sections all within 3 months

We've taken what I did and streamlined it into a repeatable process, and we walk you through it for free on this training...

What I can tell you is that you can take these same strategies - no matter what review course you're using - and start getting better results, in less time each day.

If you have all 4 sections left this one hour can literally save you months of time and frustration from trying to figure things out on your own.

Check the upcoming training times here...

(another note: this doesn't mean you can be lazy. As you'll see on the training, one of the main tenants of this approach is an all-consuming focus and dedication to the study process, even though it takes less time each day)