TIP #1 - Turn material into stories. The three elements to writing a writing is the character, plot, and scheme. As you answer questions the Prep Course look for those three element and create your story.
For example: Suzanne runs her own business, but has decided to close it and file for bankruptcy. Before she does so, she orders a large quantity of inventory on credit and resells it for cash. She closes the business and leaves the suppliers with almost nothing to recover in the bankruptcy proceeding that follows. Which of the following best describes Suzanne’s scheme?
A. Bustout scheme
B. Pump and dump scheme
C. Concealed asset scheme
D. Multiple filings scheme
Suzanne is the character, her plot is to retrieve as much cash in hand as possible, and her scheme is to “Bustout”. Create mini stories as you study. Making content interesting can help you retain the material better.
TIP #2 - Establish a Study Routine. Make your study habit part of your daily routine, whether it’s in the morning, afternoon, or evening so that it becomes an effortless part of your day.
TIP #3 - Set Study Goals. Studying well in advance pays off in the end. The Prep Course includes a timeline to remind you of your goal for completing the CFE Exam. The following video shows you how to set your timeline.
TIP #2 -- Get motivated and maintain a positive attitude. Commit yourself to meeting your goal of passing the CFE Exam. Stick to your study schedule!