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Universal CPA Content Summary

The Universal CPA course is 100% mapped to the AICPA blueprints for AUD, BEC, FAR, and REG. Using the link below, you can access a Google sheet that is maintained by the Universal content team that details the amount of content by chapter/module in the Universal CPA course. You will find details on the amount of lecture video hours, study guide pages, MCQs, MCQ video explanation hours, and simulations by module. This summary will be updated real-time with any changes that are made by the Universal content team.

This content summary can be used to plan your study schedule and determine how much time is necessary to complete each module / chapter so you can develop your study timeline.

As always, we are here to help you get past the CPA exams. If you have any questions about the course or your approach, please reach out to us and we will help you stay on track!

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