I'd suggest Becker due to the multiple methods you will learn.
Everyone learns via visual, auditory, and kinestheticly.
Watch video and go through book with them, do practice problems, whether you get it right or not, read all of the reasons why the right answer was right and the wrong answers were wrong (you end up studying 5x as much stuff this way), and repeat.
Then go through, read each chapter again, redo the sections, and take final practice test.
I found no value in going to live sessions, but I never had any questions to ask the proctor.
Try getting an offer from a public accounting firm, a lot of times they will reimburse you or pay for it up front before you even start work.
I've tried Gleim, and it is extremely detailed and boring as hell, and is far from the most efficient way to pass the exam.
But you can't beat the cost.