CPA Exam Results Update: June 16

16 Jun 2010


By Jeff

The AICPA has not released any scores to NASBA or the Independent states.

The following is based on nothing but my opinion, so take it with 10 granules of salt.

Revised Released Order Prediction:

  1. BEC
  2. AUD
  3. FAR
  4. REG

I believe BEC and AUD will be released this week with FAR and REG next week.

REG seems to be getting the shaft lately, so maybe some reverse psychology will help.

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Trevor 14 years ago

All I can say is I hope so. Does anyone have any advice on studying near a score release? This is only the second one that I've been through ad for the week to week and a half around he date I have zero motivation. I am fine for the couple of weeks leading to it but hit a huge wall. Then after (failed last time, 73 - studying for retake) I had great motivation to study (2nd test - AUD), thinking "I CAN'T FAIL ANOTHER!"

Kim 14 years ago

How does it work for, what I assume, are the non-Nasba states? I am in OK, and I know I have to check my score on the OK Accountancy Board's website, but do they receive it from NASBA after the 24-48 hours, or directly from the AICPA?

Jeff - 14 years ago

Directly from the AICPA is my understanding. - Jeff

TWIB 14 years ago

Jeff - Do you thing the AICPA will get the scores released early enough this week for BEC and AUD in order for NASBA to post them before the weekend comes rolling around? I really don't want to have to wait until next week to get my BEC score through NASBA! :-) This is the last score I need in order to be done.

TWIB 14 years ago you "think"

Trevor 14 years ago

@TWIB, what state are you? have you tried the loophole?

Kris 14 years ago

Trevor - the loophole only works after the AICPA releases scores to NASBA.

TWIB 14 years ago


Trevor 14 years ago

Kris - Yea I know, the question was about the 24-48 hr window it takes NASBA to release (at least I thought). TWIB - I am unsure of UT as a loophole state, it's always worth a shot though once you hear the AICPA has released the scores.

Carl 14 years ago

Damn you AICPA!!! Why must you forsake REG?!

Trevor 14 years ago

Another loophole comment, and I am not sure if this is for every state or for everybody, but in VT when AICPA releases scores (doesn't have to be my last exam...) I can go to the VT (not OH like in the thread) NASBA page and try to re-register. For the first exam I took, before NASBA released I went to register for BEC, and was able to. A day later NASBA released and I did not pass.

Trevor 14 years ago

Another thing on the "Ohio Loophole" as it states in the thread, go to the OH NASBA page or it's only for your final exam. I found these both to be not true for VT. I did it on my first exam on the VT NASBA page...

Trevor 14 years ago

Sorry, didnt think it posted..

Erin 14 years ago

REG is seriously getting the shaft! I took the test April 17th... What's going on?

please release today 14 years ago

Jeff--If AICPA does decide to release, what time during the day does that happen usually?

Jeff - 14 years ago

Release usually happens around 5:30pm EST on average.

Waiting for BEC 14 years ago

How long after the AICPA releases does the Ohio loophole work

stacie 14 years ago

Whoa Erin that totally stinks!!! I can't believe you've been waiting for almost 2 months! Sorry to hear, but the wait is almost over. Hang in there :)

JS 14 years ago

@Erin I'm in the same boat as you. I took Far 4/15 and am still waiting. I guess AICPA thought I was having too much fun waiting and wanted to make my final wait (HopefullY) as long as possible.

annie 14 years ago

I don't know how to check score online. I tried to go to NASBA, but right after Iclecik scores ( Illois), there no info for me to enter section ID or whatsoever??? What website should I go to to look for my scores? Thanks

Stephanie 14 years ago

Annie -- I think you are asking about Illinois, which is NOT a NASBA state. To get your score go here and log in On average, my scores posted at 9 AM the morning after AICPA released the scores (Illinois is an "early bird" state). Hope that helps.

annie 14 years ago

Thanks Stephanie. I m looking up now.

Allie 14 years ago

@JS and Erin - I took FAR April 1st and haven't received my score yet either, so I feel your pain! I'll probably get my Audit score, which I took May 25th, before FAR!

Justin 14 years ago

AICPA released 8301 BEC Scores to NASBA

js225 14 years ago

how long after the AICPA release do u have to wait for it to register for the VT loophole trick? is it usually accurate... i just did that for BEC and it was grayed out, dont want to get excited..

JS 14 years ago

@Allie~ I thought I had it bad. At least I got my results for AUD which I took 5/3 back with Wave 1. We're almost there so stay sane!!

Mike 14 years ago

Stephanie, I just wanted to clarify, did you take the exam in Illinois?

Jason 14 years ago

So how long after the AICPA releases the scores to NASBA, does the loop hole work?

Nick 14 years ago

@Justin How did you find out that the AICA Released the scores for BEC?

Linda 14 years ago

I took FAR on Apr 16 and still haven't heard a score! AHHH!!!

Can't Wait 14 years ago

Jeff--Can we expect the next section of scores to be released tomorrow around the same time...and the next section the day after that?

Kyle 14 years ago

Does the loop hole work for PA?

Mass 14 years ago

Can't Wait- there is usually at least one or two days in between the AICPA releasing the different exams. Follow NASBA on Twitter for the exam score release information

Jeff - 14 years ago

The AICPA sometimes releases on back to back days, or they skip 1-2's hard to tell, really.

Justin 14 years ago

@Nick NASBA Twitter feed

Jeff - 14 years ago

I posted on the forum about 30 minutes prior to BEC being released that it was about to sure to check the forum.

Pawaiting 14 years ago

@Kyle- I am waiitng for my last section (BEC) in PA and loophole is giving me message that my sections are still in progress. Are you getting something similiar?