IRS SPECIAL ENROLLMENT EXAM COURSE.VS IRS SEE EXAM

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Question for Enrolled Agents that have recently passed the IRS SEE exam in 2011 that have prior taken the IRS SPECIAL ENROLLMENT EXAM  COURSE.

I’m enrolled in the IRS SPECIAL ENROLLMENT EXAM COURSE all three parts, June of this year 2012, through the Orange County Society of Enrolled Agents.

Those of you that passed the IRS SEE exam, how many of you took self-study-,Fastforward and  the the IRS SPECIAL ENROLLMENT EXAM COURSE?        

Thank you   Sebastian Herrera


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Joseph Fraher

I took and passed the SEE parts 1 and 3 on May 4th of 2011 and part 2 on May 7th 2011. The only study was the FFA course. My enrollment was effective June 1st.


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It will be an interesting summer between the IRS SEE course and the learning tools on this site. Thank you
Posted by Sebastian on 04/02/2012 @ 10:03 AM
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JOHN NGUYEN

I took a self-study from FastForward Academy through free-test bank, and registered with the Prometric one part at a time, I passed those 3 parts in 2010. It is better to take a test after studying when the memory is still fresh, if it has been too long, then you have to review the study before register for testing, the cost is $105.00 for each part. Good luck for your interest of becoming an EA.


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Thank you for your insight. I know that may study ethic will be significantly different because of the fast paced SEE Course class of all three parts and testing at the end of all three parts
Posted by Sebastian on 04/22/2012 @ 2:09 PM

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