Friday, March 3, 2017 | Roger CPA Review | 0 Comments
Any type of major transition from one thing to the next requires adequate planning, troubleshooting, and an allotment of time before the switch is seamlessly made. It goes without saying, then, that this logic also applies to the CPA Exam, and touches on all parties involved, including the AICPA, NASBA, CPA Exam review providers, and of course—CPA Exam candidates.
The CPA Exam is undergoing several changes in 2018, including a new user interface design that launched on April 1st. And as with any changes made to the Exam, score releases will be delayed. The following are the score release dates for the 2018 Q2, Q3, and Q4 testing windows.
Weve heard it all: Stomach aches, fainting, and most popularly, compulsively refreshing the computer screen, aching to see that 75. Time and time again, students complain of the agony of the unpredictable score release process and their cries have been heard and addressed!
Last week, the AICPA announced that theyve streamlined the Domestic and International Score Release Process, establishing a Score Release Timeline. Comprised of set target dates in which NASBA aims to release scores to state boards, the timeline aims to make the process much more prompt and predictable. Though, the scores will be released to state boards on the target date,
This. Is. Big. The moment we’ve all been waiting for is almost here: the first round of 2017 CPA Exam scores are expected to be released this week. It’s been several years since we first heard about the CPA Exam’s major overhaul. All the buzz it stirred among the accounting community lasted until its actual launch in April of this year.