Jaycee is preparing for the UFE, and ran into a wall on the comp. It's natural to get tired of a five hour exam case, especially when those little devils in your head start nagging with those evil thoughts, like "Two of your seniors who had passed claimed to have never done any cases at all. They just practiced outlining and read the evaluation guides."
I of course immediately called shenanigans on that. Being a smart young CA student, she herself quickly dispelled those notions, but I felt like adding more on top of that comment: here are the original thoughts plus at least one more idea while I'm at it.
Don't fail at studying
If you play musical instruments or any sports, you will be familiar with what it's like to "practice" and really practice.
You will only perform, play or write as well as you practice.
If you want to get to SOX City, you'll need to do a few things first.
If you go through the motions of trying to play a piece of music without correcting your little mistakes in timing, tempo, dynamics, your music won't sound very good when you perform.
If you do a half-hearted attempt to jog laps instead of actually trying to build up stamina, you won't last very long in an actual game of soccer or whatever.
If you don't practice for the UFE by treating the practice case like the real deal, you WILL, run the real and dangerous risk of doing the same thing on the final (Oh, I still have 3 hours, I can come back to that later.)
Procrastination is fun and all, but the UFE will murder you if that's your weakness. Promise yourself any mental gift you want (I promised myself a sweet gaming-computer upgrade after the exam) if that helps, but in exchange, practice your cases like you mean it.
And if you are hitting a wall on the comp, bring yourself some tasty energizing treats. As far as I know, you're allowed to bring in whatever foodstuffs you want into the exam hall. Bring whatever snacks you enjoy which aren't liable to make you suddenly experience a sugar crash or food coma and good luck.
A wiki devoted to Canadian tax is out there for your joy and learning..
If you're actually practising tax you may know much of these things.
But perhaps you forgot about rules regarding moving expenses. You'll
find them here.
The goal here is to make Canadian tax law more "flexible and accessible." Note this doesn't mean "easier to understand, but I suppose it's a start.