Ninja CPA Review Course and Test Bank

ninja-cpa-reviewNinja CPA review was started by Jeff Elliot of Another71.com. After years of running the popular CPA forum, he decided to expand his site into more than just a place where CPA candidates could come find support from others going through their CPA journeys and developed a set of Ninja CPA exam study materials.

This CPA study guide includes a large test bank of multiple-choice questions, digital textbooks, and video courses all laid out in an adaptive software platform. Let’s take a look at each of the modules included in the Ninja CPA review course and see if it’s something you should consider buying for your study process.


Ninja CPA Review Course Information


What’s Included in Ninja CPA Review?

There are four basic modules that make up the study materials for the Ninja course. Each one of them can be purchased for a single CPA exam section and separately from each other. Let’s look at each in a little more detail.

Ninja Notes

The Ninja notes are the Ninja version of CPA textbooks. They only come in a digital format and are not extremely detailed. This is great for people who already understand most of the topics on the exam and simply want a refresher course, but they aren’t that great for people who need more detailed information about topics and examples.

Each book ranges from 100 – 150 pages and acts like a final review or cram course of CPA exam topics. These work awesome the last week or two before your exam to brush up on the most important things that you need to remember without being dragged down reading crazy detailed, traditional textbooks. They are concise and to the point and don’t tell you a bunch of stuff you don’t need to know.


Ninja MCQ Test Bank

The Ninja MCQ test bank is professional exam simulator and software platform. It does a really good job of emulating the real AICPA interface on the CPA exam. If you get used to the way this one looks, you’ll feel at home on exam day.

The Ninja test bank includes over 6,500 past exam questions with full explanations of answers. It also includes over 250 practice exam task-based simulations. The most powerful part of the Ninja testbank is that fact that it is adaptive and allows you to create your own quizzes.

The adaptive technology helps you focus on topics you struggle with while the custom quiz option allows you to make quizzes that focus on a certain area on take a certain amount of time. This can also be purchased individually for each exam section.


Ninja CPA Audio Lectures

The Ninja Audio lectures provide a few hours of lectures for each section that you can take anywhere you go. Whether you are at the gym or on the compute to work, you can listen to this audio supplement to help you study during non-traditional study time.


Ninja Ten Point Combo

The full bundle of Ninja products is called the Ten Point Combo. I’m sure you are getting sick of these stupid Ninja puns by now, but don’t worry. They aren’t done yet. 🙂 The bundle includes the Ninja Blitz, Ninja Plus, and Ninja Books. These videos and study books go into a little more detail than the Ninja notes do.


Benefits

Affordable

The Ninja CPA exam review materials are super affordable. All of the modules can be purchased separately and typically cost less than $100 for each one. This is by far the cheapest type of review materials out there.


Great Cram Course

The Ninja Notes module is great for a final cram course because it goes over all the things that you need to know before you take the exam. It doesn’t get into a lot of details, which is good for a final review. It simply summarizes what you need to remember.


Adaptive Tech

The adaptive software helps you target your weak topics. This can be really helpful. It also gives you an option to use the materials like a traditional course by picking through topics on a table of contents.


Drawbacks

Not a Full Course

The bottom line is that this is not a full CPA review course. It has pieces of a full course, but there isn’t enough there to depend on this for your only review materials.


Not Detailed or Comprehensive

The study materials are not detailed or very comprehensive. Like I said earlier, this is great for a final review or a cram course, but it’s not really good enough for someone to use as their only study materials. Topics need to be explained in more detail.


Recommendation

I would not recommend trying to use this as your only study guide. There simply isn’t enough materials there to properly prepare you for the exam. You’ll need a full review course for that.

This is, however, a great supplement. You could get this in addition to another full-length review course if you wanted to. It might be a good idea to purchase the test bank to have some extra questions to go through, but this isn’t completely necessary if you purchase a review course like Wiley CPAexcel since their test bank has over 12,000 questions in it.

I would recommend looking through the top review courses, deciding which one will work for you best, and then coming back to Ninja to see if it’s necessary to purchase this as a supplement.

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Kenneth W. Boyd is a former Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and the author of several of the popular "For Dummies" books published by John Wiley & Sons including 'CPA Exam for Dummies' and 'Cost Accounting for Dummies'.

Ken has gained a wealth of business experience through his previous employment as a CPA, Auditor, Tax Preparer and College Professor. Today, Ken continues to use those finely tuned skills to educate students as a professional writer and teacher.