Now that CPA Exam scores have been released for Window 3 we thought we'd share our predictions for how scores will be released for Window 4--which opens in just a few days! We know that many candidates are scrambling to get their last exams done in Window 4 in order to avoid taking any sections in 2011. So when will you find out your score if you're sitting in October or November? We have our predictions below:

Some things to keep in mind:

  • This 'schedule is just a prediction based on how the scores have been released in the past.
  • This is a fairly optimistic prediction considering the high volume of scores that will undoubtedly need to be processed. Window 4 has always been the busiest window but this year it will be especially busy.
  • The order of score releases is historically BEC, REG, AUD, FAR or BEC, AUD, REG, FAR but Wave 2 releases can be unpredictable. This last window we saw sections being released at the same time.
  • The AICPA releases scores to NASBA, or directly to the state if it is a non-NASBA jurisdiction. Individual states release their scores via Board of Accountancy websites, email, or snail mail. NASBA posts scores 24-48 hours after receiving them from the AICPA, generally around 9pm EST. Follow @RogerCPAReview , @NASBA , @cpaexamtweets and before the release week to get the latest information.

You can also connect with others who are expecting scores by joining the CPA Exam Club which has specific groups for each section of the exam. Visit the CPA Exam Club here where you can join a group and become Roger's friend while you're at it!

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