What's your learning style and knowledge level?

How a candidate chooses to study for the Enrolled Agent (EA) Exam (or SEE) should depend upon their own learning style and knowledge level. There are a number of excellent providers of EA Exam preparation resources, including the National Association of Enrolled Agents and our state affiliates.

NAEA Online Self-Study EA Exam Preparation Course with Gleim
Unlike most programs on the market, NAEA's Online Self-Study EA Exam Preparation Course with Gleim is a facilitated program featuring the support of NAEA mentors to give you the knowledge and the confidence you need to pass the Enrolled Agent Exam. This class is primarily self-study, but includes a meeting with an NAEA mentor and your class once a week to review commonly missed problems and any questions that you have. You'll work through the Gleim course materials (course book, online modules and practice exams) on your own schedule, whether that is late at night or mid-afternoon. This structure, which isn’t found in most EA Exam preparation program, helps keep students moving forward. Enhance your learning experience with the support of an online community, the quality of Gleim materials and the assurance of knowing you can connect with your NAEA mentor.
 
Gleim EA Review

Become an Enrolled Agent with Gleim, NAEA's Preferred EA Review Provider. Gleim EA Review integrates course materials into an easy-to-use, 3-step approach so candidates can diagnose weak areas, study from review materials written by professional educators, and apply knowledge with the largest test bank of multiple-choice and focus questions on the market. Want more individualized support? Register for NAEA's Online Self-Study EA Exam Preparation Course with Gleim Materials

NAEA Calendar of Events

Check our calendar for EA Exam Review courses offered through the NAEA state affiliates.

Gleim - The most widely used EA Prep Course