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what are 3 questions i should ask a student who are working to become CMAs

im a student who wants to become a CMA and i need some good questions to ask a student who is become a CMA but are more far a long then i would be

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H’s Answer

Do they like their career? What is one thing they would have done differently? What is average starting pay?
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Brea’s Answer

Great question ! The first question you should as is are they happy ! This is the key to the longevity of any career ! Secondly ask them how long is the education process for the field you are requesting info in such as will you need a career certificate, associate degree , bachelor degree , and so on to plan ahead of how long you’ll be in school and last ask about what their plans maybe once they graduate. This will give you different ideas on different ways to work in the industry you are pursuing
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David’s Answer

The CMA (Certified Management Accountant) credential serves people who want to work in a corporate setting performing roles in business unit accounting or financial planning and analysis, among others. To know if this program is right for you, you'll want to have an idea of your long-term career goals, if roles CMA's typically hold are of interest to you, and how the credential has helped others in their career. I encourage you to do your research on the program to understand its scope. As a CMA, I will tell you that the CMA program has made a very positive impact on my career by providing me with the knowledge and perspective to solve many business challenges in a successful way.

David recommends the following next steps:

Research the CMA program
Set micro goals which move you toward passing the CMA exam.
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