Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 11 AM Eastern / 8 AM Pacific

Yaeger CPA Review has teamed up with Dr. Marc Schoen, Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA’s Geffen School of Medicine, to bring you a revolutionary, research-based technique that teaches you how to properly control your fear response when faced with CPA exam stress!

Join in to hear how Dr. Schoen’s audio recordings (available FREE with the Yaeger CPA Review 4-Part Course Bundle) will help you perform at your very best on exam day and tap into your brain’s ability to problem solve with higher order processing even under immense pressure.

Retrain your brain, and you will be able to:

  • Improve your performance during study sessions and on the actual CPA
  • exam
  • • Increase your ability to concentrate
  • Feel more focused
  • Feel less stressed or anxious
  • Prevent foolish errors and silly mistakes that could be the difference
  • between a passing and failing score
  • Improve your mood, becoming less irritable and impatient during your
  • exam preparation window
  • Improve your ability to manage and respond positively to stress
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Who'll Be Speaking?

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Dr. Marc Schoen has over 30 years of experience studying the mind-body connection with an emphasis on boosting performance and resilience. He has studied the part of the brain that is responsible for performance when in uncomfortable and competitive situations. Dr. Schoen has worked extensively with elite athletes (both professional and college), UCLA medical students, and high-powered executives to excel in challenging conditions, strengthening their ability to thrive under pressure.

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Dr. Phil Yaeger, CPA, MBA, CGMA is Owner and Lead Instructor at Yaeger CPA Review, a leading, national CPA exam review provider that has been preparing candidates to successfully complete the CPA exam since 1977. Yaeger CPA Review has helped tens of thousands of CPA candidates pass the CPA exam. Yaeger CPA Review's mission is to get to the heart of what CPA candidates really need to know to sit for the exam with confidence - and earn their CPAs.