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Hi, I'm Jeff Elliott. Husband, Father of Ten, Taekwondo Black Belt, Goat Farmer, High School Soccer Coach, and Certified Public Accountant in Kansas. Oh, and I teach people How to Pass the CPA Exam.

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Max says, “I've heard that you can request the AICPA to review your CPA Exam test to see if there was some sort of grading error in the system. Is this true? If so, is it true for the California State Board of Accountancy?”

The California State Board determines whether or not you can take the exam and they also determine whether or not you can get your license. The California State Board of Accountancy, or whatever it's called there, the CBA I think, they determine whether or not you're eligible to sit for the exam and also your licensing and certificate after you pass.

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Jeff Elliott

I am Jeff Elliott, CPA, creator of Another71 and NINJA CPA Review

I'm a married licensed CPA with 10 Pre-TCJA Dependency Exemptions (tax nerds will get that).

I passed the CPA Exam when I was 30 and had “only” three kids at home at the time and immediately went to the corporate world…and left.

Since I left the accounting world in 2010 I have only had one professional objective: help as many people as possible pass the CPA exam.

In the time that left accounting and started another71, I can proudly say I've helped literally thousands of people of ALL varieties do just that.