CPA Exam Workshops

Free CPA Exam Workshops

Presented by The Kentucky Society of CPAs and Becker Professional Education. 

Fall 2021 Dates TBD.

Each workshop offers a CPA Exam Information Session followed by a brief Becker CPA Review class, featuring Becker National Instructor, Peter Olinto. A representative from the Kentucky State Board of Accountancy will provide an overview of the application process, and newly-licensed CPAs will share their Exam experience. Door prizes will also be given away! Tell your friends who might be interested in attending! 

Contact Samantha Soutar for more information:


free simulated mock cpa exams

Presented by The Kentucky Society of CPAs and Surgent CPA Review.

Future dates TBD.

For many candidates, taking the CPA Exam can be one of the biggest obstacles to overcome when transitioning into the profession. Often aspiring CPAs are not sure if they are truly prepared to sit for each section. In order to help provide more transparency into exam-readiness, the KyCPA and Surgent CPA Review have partnered to offer a FREE simulated CPA Exam section of your choice. The goal is to simulate the format of taking the CPA Exam, using actual multiple-choice questions and simulations. Questions are laid out according to the Uniform CPA Examination Blueprints.

This 4-hour session is a unique opportunity. Not only will you be able to experience a simulated exam section from the comfort of your own home, but you will also be able to view your exam results in real-time, giving you a better understanding of how prepared you are to sit for the actual exam. Candidates will receive their ReadySCORE TM along with a diagnostic report showing areas of strength and weakness which are aligned with the CPA Exam Blueprints. Prior to the day of the mock exam, you will receive a registration email from Surgent, this will be your day-of access for the mock exam. Additionally, you will be added to a Zoom meeting hosted by Surgent to proctor the exam. The email address that you use to register for this event will be used by Surgent to set up simulation. 

Contact Samantha Soutar for more information:


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