Yesterday NASBA released the final scores for the Q3 testing window and unfortunately, I did not pass FAR. However, I know that I wasn't feeling 100% confident or ready to take the exam. I am going to use this as an experience and I now know what to expect when going in for my next section. You truly get back what you put into this exam and if you want to pass, you need to sacrifice the hours and fully learn all of the material. I asked friends for advice on whether or not I should stick to studying REG or go back to FAR since it is fresh in my head. Most of them suggested that I take FAR again since I should remember most of the material. However, I've decided to continue with my REG progress because I was quickly losing interest in FAR towards the end of my studying. I want to regain my motivation and I know that I cannot do that if I have to study all ten chapters again right now. My advice to anyone in the same situation as me is to do what you think will suit you best. You know yourself, your interests, and your study habits better than anyone else. Gratefully we do not have to pass one subject of the CPA exam in order to continue on to the next. We have the flexibility to alternate sections and chose which we want to tackle first or last. So back to the drawing board for me and I hope I knock the next exam out of the park.