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I am waiting on my REG score (my last exam), which will be released on 2/23. I took it on 1/21. If I didn't pass, I will lose my AUD credit (which will have expired on 1/31). At this point in time – though we are past 1/31 – my AUD credit has not dropped from my CPA Central user page. Should it have dropped and then re-appear if I receive a passing score on 2/23? Part of me likes to entertain the though of it being a good sign that AUD has not yet dropped in CPA Central, but I know that's only wishful thinking.
I made a 70 on my last REG attempt, and I felt better walking out of the exam in January than I did when I got that 70. Hopefully that's a good sign. We'll see!
Thanks for any insight/thoughts you can provide.
Anyone able to shed some light, by chance? It's cool if not.
I don't think it will show as expired or not until score release.
REG 63, 73, 79 October 2015
BEC 58, 75, November 2015
FAR 57, 63, 75, December 2016
@chasta thank you for the response.
Just remember cpa central is a NASBA entity and while they've been notified you sat they have no more info about your score then you do at this point.
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It should show as a ‘provisional credit'
I took FAR on 1/29 and my BEC expired on 1/31. It still shows as credit.
Anyone else care to chime in?
Since you are waiting on your test score, your AUD credit will not drop unless you did not pass this exam. Once your score comes in, if you did not pass it will say “Lost Credit.” I know this from experience. 🙁 Good luck!
@ct0516 Thank you for the info! I hope I don't have to see that terrifying “Lost Credit,” but – if I do – life goes on. Just gotta tighten the boot straps and get back after it. Thank you for the well wishes!
You're absolutely right. If it happens, just dig deep and start studying again. Its completely possible! However I don't think you'll have to worry about that- if you got a 70 last time and walked out feeling good that's a good sign.
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