CPA Exam Score Release – Failure is NOT an Option

Christie is a blogger. CPA exam score release was today. Thankfully, I have been so busy at home and work that I hadn’t given it a thought until yesterday. I didn’t want to look, but I needed to know what to study for, so I did. I failed. Again. This was my first time taking the BEC, but that still didn’t help me knowing I failed. I went through all of the emotions; wanting to cry, telling my husband I was going to give up and finally the realization hit me, I just didn’t study enough. Sunday night I asked my 7 year old daughter what she wanted to be when she grew up. Her reply was that she wanted to be in accounting like me and take the CPA exam like I am. All of this was running through my mind as I was feeling sorry for myself for […]

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CPA Exam Scores Expected (late) Monday Night

The AICPA has released the CPA Exam Score Release Timeline for the January/February and April/May 2015 Testing Windows. Note: Scores typically come out at 1am (EST) on the target date. If this trend continues, then scores will be out late (very late) Monday night – February 23. January/February Testing Window: February 4 February 24 March 10 March 18 April/May 2015 Testing Window: May 5 May 27 June 9 June 18 Get the latest score release news in the CPA Exam Forum.

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CPA Exam Score Release & Results: Q1 2014

[Track the Score Release in the CPA Exam Forum] CPA Exam Score Release Timeline: January 1-20 Exams Official Target Date: February 4 NINJAs Said: Monday, February 3 Actual Date: Monday, February 3 January 21 – February 14 Exams Official Target Date: February 25 NINJAs Said: Monday, February 24 Actual Date: Monday, February 24 Next: February 15-28 Exams Official Target Date: March 10 NINJAs Said: Friday, March 7 Actual Date: Friday, March 7 Want emailed when scores get released? Enter your first name and email below:

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