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August 30, 2012 at 8:53 pm #365722LidisParticipant
Buena suerte manana. Los angeles estan de tu lado. Pero no olvides ponerte tus chones rojos.
Go kill the exam. You will be free at last.August 30, 2012 at 10:48 pm #365723jenuno01Member
Gracias Revenue! Revenue significa ventas 🙂 Tengo muchas ganas de aprender Contabilidad en Español!!August 31, 2012 at 1:01 am #365724LAcpaHopeMember
@Jeff or @Kricket or anyone…
Some posts above were implying that availability may really not exist…or we have to be directly affected by Isaac to reschedule. So are they saying that even though we may physically be able to reschedule on prometric's site, we may actually have our score rejected or something like that if we don't live in areas directly affected by Hurricane Isaac??August 31, 2012 at 1:51 pm #365725AnonymousInactive
@LAcpaHope – I do not think that is the case. If you are able to reschedule then your score should be valid. I don't think they have the ability to extend the window for certain candidates without extending it for everyone, which is only fair. If I am not completely mistaken, when they extended the window a while back for a massive snowstorm in the Northeast, it was extended for everyone. Some things are out of our control.
I went back and re-read the e-mail I originally received and number 5 says that “Prometric had no plans to extend the window”. And the e-mail I got from them saying that the window had been extended said that it was a joint decision between the AICPA, NASBA and Prometric. I'm not sure who actually makes the determination, but it's done now.September 1, 2012 at 4:38 am #365726LAcpaHopeMember
@Kricket – Thanks, best of luck to you on Tuesday!September 1, 2012 at 3:30 pm #365727splinter1643Member
Any updates as to how this could affect when we get our scores back?September 5, 2012 at 12:08 am #365728AnonymousInactive
@katiekanton, did you get the 9/7 release date from the NASBA representative or from the another71 release schedule? I noticed the another71 release date says 9/7, but I think they forgot to take labor day into account. The NASBA site says the score release is scheduled for 9/11, with the standard 1 business day in advance rule, the scores should be released on the 10th.September 5, 2012 at 1:41 am #365729AnonymousInactive
@ CpaScrub – check out this thread I started….
Basically from what I understand, the AICPA released 2 different target release dates – one being 9/10 on a blog post and the other is 9/11 which is what's posted on their website. However, both say 6 business days after the close of the testing window which would be 9/11 meaning scores would start coming out on the 10th. Even after bringing this to Jeff's attention, he still thinks it's going to be 9/7. I hope he's right, but I'm definitely not going to get my hopes up for a Friday release unless the AICPA e-mails back and says 9/10 is their date.
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