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This free CMA course tells you everything you need to know about the CMA exam. With my e-course, you can prepare to pass the CMA exam on your first attempt!

What Is Your CMA E-Course?

My free CMA review e-course is a series of emails that you will receive over a period of 5 days. There are no strings attached, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Why Do I Provide a Free CMA Review Course?

I've put a lot of critical information about the CMA exam on this website, and I don't want you to miss any of it. So, I've compiled the most essential CMA details in this course for your convenience. You can now cover this content in an efficient, effective, and coherent manner.

Are There Other Free CMA Resources, like Free CMA Practice Tests and Formulas?

Yes! You can find all the free CMA resources on this site. Or you can link directly to the free CMA practice test and CMA formulas.

How Does This E-Course Help You Pass the CMA Exam?

In this free CMA course, you’ll learn:

  • Why you may or may NOT want to become a CMA
  • How difficult the CMA exam can be and why this is great news for you
  • The secret to doubling your chances of passing
  • Why focusing on getting more correct answers could be a bad study tactic
  • 3 tips for how to overcome your fear of essays
  • 10 ideas for ensuring you know you'll pass before you even take the exam
  • Much, much more!

What Are Other Candidates Saying About My Free Course?


Very good mini-course! Informative and helpful!


Pavithra

Thanks!!! The mini-course is wonderful and motivational. Please also add something related to syllabus areas it will encourage people joining CMA.


atif

Guys...I have seen my result..passed part 1 successfully
Thanks, Stephanie..the blog has helped me a lot..right when I was down and depressed after my first attempt. Your advice also encouraged me...Especially the mini course ??


Kausthubha Mohite

Appreciate your efforts in helping CMA aspiring candidates. Your website is very resourceful for aspiring CMA candidate. I enjoyed your mini course. You provided us all the vital information related to the certification through this course. Once again Thanks a lot Stephane..! God bless


Roby

Dear Stephanie,

I want to thank you for assisting the right direction to achieve CMA certification. Your mini-course is short but descriptive and powerful with the right details which will motivate many aspirants seeking CMA course.

Thank you very much.


Jasvant

thank u so much for the mini-course because it helps me so much to understand some points I couldn’t understand.
THANK U SOOOOOOO MUCH


ibrahim elhelw

Also, thank you for taking the time to prepare a free Mini e-Course for all of us. It is a tremendous help for anyone new to CMA. It covers all the necessary aspects we need to think and plan over and makes us well prepared to start our prep towards being a CMA.


CMA PROSPECT

I pass the CMA exam is a wonderful site to get a fair idea about CMA content & learning resources. Thanks to Ms.Stephanie for mini course.

I will recommend to every CMA aspirant. Expecting some Mock questions or clear pattern and structure of questions etc.

Regards
Kumar


Sivakumar PALANISAMY

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13 comments
Mohit says June 6, 2015

Also, please adcicebthe value of CMA US in India since I work there.

Mohit says June 6, 2015

Hi…I am from India and planning to do CMA from US. I have cleared group 1 of intermediate from ICWA in India.

I want to know if there are any exemptions available in CMA US. Also, it would be great if you can refer some good books or sites for the study or quick notes as I plan to do self study.

Rgds,Mohit

Khushboo navani says April 26, 2015

Good evening
I want to knw that the above course is a free e course I want to be a part of this n want to do CMA. I have interest in finance field. Can you plz recommend me more courses for finance.
Thank you

    Stephanie Ng says April 27, 2015

    Yes it’s free and you can unsubscribe at the bottom of each email any time. Regards, Stephanie

Safiullah Ameen says March 11, 2015

Stephanie, Thanks for your efforts to help the CMAs around the world.
I could not find the exam center locations i am living in Afghanistan so i want to know that is there any exam center nearby.
Your response is highly appreciated

    Stephanie says March 11, 2015

    Hi Safiullah,
    You are most welcome! If you go to this page:
    https://ipassthecmaexam.com/cma-exam-location/

    there is a link that brings you over to the prometric site. Once you type in Afghanistan the system will show you the closest center in nearby country.

    If you have trouble finding a site, please leave a message on that page. Thanks and good luck! Stephanie

Poonam says February 17, 2015

hi,
i have got part 1 exam on 21st feb 2015. is there anyway you can help me for the essay questions for the new course material ? i am very nervous.

    Stephanie Ng says February 17, 2015

    Hi Poonam,
    First of all, don’t worry there is only 10% change in the new syllabus, mostly in the external financial reporting in Part 1. For essays, I have this page on tips and what to watch out for as a candidate: https://ipassthecmaexam.com/cma-exam-essay-prep/

Zane Malik says February 15, 2015

Hi, I have recently started CMA, I wanted to know if jobs are available if I complete CMA as I do not hold a degree.

Thanks

    Stephanie Ng says February 17, 2015

    Hi Zane, I have to say the CMA title (or any other professional qualifications) cannot guarantee jobs… it is a factor of your previous experience, your education as presented on your resume/CV, as well as your interview skills. There are jobs available for sure but how many/how few depend on where you live. This post should be helpful as well: https://ipassthecmaexam.com/cma-title-for-career/

Milica says January 29, 2015

Hi Stephanie,

first of all I would like to thank you for all the useful tips in the past week. I kind of got used to reading your e-mails first thing in the morning before starting with another CMA studying day. I admire your energy and effort to help candidates and support them in such way.

I have my Part 2 exam scheduled in a few days, using Gleim to prepare. Even though I didn’t have enough time to study (the next few days will be essential for things to sink in) I am pretty satisfied with my scores at MCQ but still discouraged when answering essay questions. I’ve been meaning to ask you about the info you provided about the essay part being 25% of the exam – did you base this on how long it takes to complete it (1h compared to 3h for MCQ) or it actually is 25% of the total score for the exam?

Being a non native speaker 30min is usually not enough time for me to write a coherent answer and that is something I should work to improve in the next few days. But what I am mostly worried about comes after I write my answer and start to read the key answer in Gleim. They provide the best possible answer, I know, but still it’s discouraging to read all those details and additional answers impossible to find in the Knowledge Transfer Outline (book) which makes me doubt if that material is even enough to prepare for the essay part. What was your feedback from candidates when it comes to grading the essay part at the actual exam?

I would like to thank you again for all your support and help through this journey and wish you all the best in your future endeavors.

Milica

    Stephanie Ng says January 31, 2015

    Glad to hear that Milica! If you have questions along the way, please let me know! Regards, Stephanie

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