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March 30, 2018 at 11:10 am #1752479
Long time reader, first time poster!
After the most recent score release (3/20), I reapplied to take the NY CPA Exam. Reading other posts, I expected a second NTS relatively quick. Nevertheless, my status on CPA Central is still “APPREVIEW — Contact your State Coordinator for more information.” Yesterday, I left a voicemail with NASBA and sent an email to the NY address. I haven't received a response yet.
I wanted to take AUD in early April… So I'm beginning to kick myself for waiting on my prior scores before requesting my next NTS. Does anyone in New York (or another jurisdiction) have advice for following up with the State Coordinator? Thanks!March 30, 2018 at 12:44 pm #1752563
If you were already accepted through NYS the process for another NTS should be like 1-2 days. NASBA says 5 days but I had my new NTS the day after I paid if I remember correctly.
Is there a piece of the puzzle you are leaving out here? Or is it due to the new gateway change that is delaying things?
Are you logging into Gateway 2.0 to check for your NTS?
Also good luck finding a seat in April.
poughkeepsie has a seat on April 13th, 20th and 30th, morning or afternoon.
That's it for the whole month. Your local prometric might have more or less.March 30, 2018 at 12:51 pm #1752570
Also, it takes NYS sometimes 2-3 days to reply to an email.
You can try to call them, but the Friday before a “holiday” weekend… good luck.
Check out that Gateway 2.0 if you have not already.March 30, 2018 at 1:30 pm #1752608jdubParticipant
I'm not in NY but I've had to change jurisdictions from Kansas to Washington and every. single. time. I've had to contact a state coordinator for something I want to die a little inside. I get they have a high volume of stuff to deal with – but it's your job. In my experience they are rude and unresponsive. I had to send WA a transcript 3 times and make 5 phone calls before they “found” it in their email that they told me to send it to. It's dumb.
But generally NTS don't take more than a day or two, so I would definitely be ringing their bell daily at this point. The initial application can take awhile though.March 30, 2018 at 2:42 pm #1752657
@jdub I'm sorry to hear about your experience. Now that I've waited a week (this is my second NTS), I don't mind ringing NASBA. How did you get in contact with your State Coordinators? When I call NASBA, should I ask for their direct phone number/email or is there an online directory?March 30, 2018 at 2:43 pm #1752660
@Recked On Gateway all I see are my previous scores — nothing under Pending Payments, Notice to Schedule, or Receipts. The charge shows on my credit card though. I applied on CPA Central (same as before the Gateway update), which is where I'm stuck on “ATTREVIEW.” In my first post, I left out that I also mailed legal documentation. Thankfully it's non-felony/non-misdemeanor, but I'm beginning to worry it's stuck in NASBA's bottomless pit of transcripts. Regardless, I want to get things straightened out.
Although I'm sitting for NY, I go to school in a neighboring state. It's an area slow enough that I scheduled both FAR and BEC one week out. I count my blessings!March 30, 2018 at 3:15 pm #1752683AnonymousInactive
Does is say “APPREVIEW” or “ATTREVIEW”? Did you just pay the smaller fee, or have you paid the full $200+ exam fee already?
Once I paid the exam fee for two exams at once, and I only received an NTS for one of them. I had to send the TX state coordinator the page of my credit card statement showing I had indeed paid for two exams. I don't know why, but I didn't have the payment confirmation saved. He was not fun to deal with.March 30, 2018 at 8:27 pm #1752860
Oops, I misspoke above; I'm only at APP-REVIEW. My CPA Central receipt and credit card both show the ~$500 I paid. How did you get in touch with the TX Coordinator?March 31, 2018 at 10:15 am #1753052
If you originally applied under NY jurisdiction, and you are now just reapplying, this sounds like a NASBA issue, not a NY state issue.
I'd suggest you start with NASBA. The NY guy at NASBA is pretty helpful and responsive, but its also a holiday weekend.July 26, 2018 at 11:58 am #1898439AnonymousInactive
I am facing the same problem right now. This is my second NTS and my application has been stuck at APPREVIEW for the past week. I've called NASBA but no luck getting into contact with my state coordinator. I'm in PA.
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