Certified Public Accountant (US CPA)

CPA...Gateway to Success


Three letters that will make a difference to you. Be one in a million  in the Accounting and Finance fraternity and be a part of the worlds Elite group of the World's topmost Public Accountants. 

A CPA degree after your name makes your career opportunities as vast as the corporate world can be. You get globally mobile. You are unanimously trusted as an international finance professional with high calibre and you are eligible to fill in any respectful position of the industry. 

CPA Exams


CPA exam is conducted by American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). NASBA represents the 50 State Board of Accountancy and 4 districts which determines the Exam eligibility of the candidates. Different states of the US have different sets of eligibility criteria and a CPA aspirant needs to be evaluated as eligible for a given state before writing for the exams from that state. The relevant State Board of Accountancy declares the Exam score. 

CPA Eligibility


To appear for the US Certified Public Accountant (CPA) examination a candidate is required to have a Post Graduate degree from a Commerce stream like M. Com, MBA (finance), M.Sc etc.
In a few states, a B. Com graduate with CA from ICAI is also considered eligible. However, the exact criteria varies from state to state. You may send scanned copies of your educational documents to us for a basic evaluation guidance on your CPA eligibility.



January & February: CPA Testing Window
March: Dead Month
April & May: CPA Testing Window
June: Dead Month
July & August: CPA Testing Window
September: Dead Month
October & November: CPA Testing Window
December: Dead Month

Career Opportunities for CPA's


With CPA, you will be able to boost your career to new heights. The need for quality Finance Professionals like CPA is increasing. With the blurring of geographical boundaries for Multinational Companies the demand for CPA's is rising further. There is a great demand for CPA's in INDIA and Middle East. There are several opportunities for CPA's in Financial Management, Forex and Treasury, International's Taxation, Planning and many other career options are available.

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Course Training


  • Relevant and Up to Date Course Content
  • Qualified, Trained and Experienced Professionals. (CA, CPA & CMA)
  • Regular MCQ solving in the Class
  • Regular Task Based Simulations solving.
  • Exam Time Management
  • After Class Discussions and Discussion Forums

CPA Training Methodology

CPA Training Methodology

  • Extensive Classroom Training - Over 260 Hours of Training.
  • Extensive MCQ and Simulations Solving - 100 Hours
  • Hock CPA Review Auto-updated Study Materials (https://www.hockindia.com/)
  • Hock CPA Videos
  • Unlimited access to Hock India's live virtual classes
  • The best exam oriented student friendly study materials in comparison to other providers.
  • Exam-Focused Approach in Study Materials
  • The most economical package for CPA US study throughout the globe restoring high-quality parameters.

Course Curriculum

Exam 1 - Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR)

Syllabus for CPA FAR

  • Area I — Conceptual Framework, Standard Setting and Financial Reporting (25%-30%)
  • Area II — Select Financial Statement Accounts (30%-40%)
  • Area III — Select Transactions (20%-30%)
  • Area IV — State and Local Governments (5%-15%)


4 hours Exam

Question pattern

66 multiple choice questions (50% weightage) & 

8 short task-based simulations (50% weightage)

Exam 2 - Auditing and Attestation (AUD)


  • Area I. Ethics, Professional Responsibilities and General Principles (15%–25%)
  • Area II. Assessing Risk and Developing a Planned Response (20%–30%)
  • Area III. Performing Further Procedures and Obtaining Evidence (30%–40%)
  • IV. Forming Conclusions and Reporting (15%–25%)


4 hours Exam

Question pattern

72 multiple choice questions (50% weightage) & 

8 short task-based simulations (50% weightage)

Exam 3 - Regulation (REG)

Syllabus - CPA REG

  • Area I. Ethics, Professional Responsibilities and Federal Tax Procedures (10%–20%)
  • Area II. Business Law (10%–20%)
  • Area III. Federal Taxation of Property Transactions (12%–22%)
  • Area IV. Federal Taxation of Individuals (15%–25%)
  • Area V. Federal Taxation of Entities (28%–38%)


4 hours Exam

Question pattern

76 multiple choice questions (50% weightage) & 

8 short task-based simulations (50% weightage)

Exam 4 - Business Regulation & Concepts (BEC)

Syllabus for CPA - BEC

  • Area I. Corporate Governance (17%–27%)
  • Area II. Economic Concepts and Analysis (17%–27%)
  • Area III. Financial Management (11%-21%)
  • Area IV. Information Technology (15%-25%)
  • Area V. Operations Management (15%-25%)


4 hours Exam

Question pattern

62 multiple choice questions (50% weightage) 

4 short task-based simulations (50% weightage)

 & 3 written communication (15% weightage)