CPA Exam Score Release 2022
Here are the updated 2022 CPA Exam Score Release dates so that you can plan your CPA Exam schedule around continuous testing.
The CPA Exam Pass Rates follow the score release, but only come out once a quarter.
2022 CPA Exam Score Release Dates
|Exam Date on/before:||Target Score Release:|
|January 23, 2022||February 8, 2022|
|February 14, 2022||February 23, 2022|
|March 9, 2022||March 17, 2022|
|March 31, 2022||April 12, 2022|
|April 23, 2022||May 10, 2022|
|May 16, 2022||May 24, 2022|
|June 8, 2022||June 16, 2022|
|June 30, 2022||July 12, 2022|
|July 23, 2022||August 10, 2022|
|August 15, 2022||August 24, 2022|
|September 7, 2022||September 15, 2022|
|September 30, 2022||October 12, 2022|
|October 23, 2022||November 9, 2022|
|November 15, 2022||November 23, 2022|
|December 8, 2022||December 16, 2022|
|December 31, 2022||January 11, 2023|
Per the AICPA:
- For most CPA candidates, Prometric sends CPA Exam data files to the AICPA within 24 hours after your exam.
- CPA Exam data files received after the AICPA cutoff dates be available for the next score release.
- BEC CPA Exam scores may be delayed up to one week following the target release date due to additional written communication analysis.
NASBA CPA Exam Score Release States (2022)
These states use NASBA.org to release their CPA Exam Scores
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
Independent CPA Exam Score Release States (2022)
These states use their own State Board of Accountancy websites to release CPA Exam Scores
Is a CPA Exam Score Review or Appeal Worth It?
A CPA Exam score appeal is not worth it.
If you've read My Story, you might remember that I had back-to-back 74s on Regulation (and wanted to rip my hair out – which looking back, now that I'm in my 40s, I'm glad I didn't).
Not only did I have two 74s in a row, but I also lost my FAR credit.
Desperate for any type of remedy that would save me from going from one “point” away from passing the CPA Exam back to only two sections passed, I looked into a CPA Exam score review (because surely there was something that could be fixed, right?).
What I found is this: by the time that I paid for the appeal, and they looked into it, and ultimately came back with a “sorry, kid – better luck next time”, I could have re-studied, taken my exam again, and gotten my score back.
In 10+ years of helping people pass the CPA Exam full time, I've never heard of a successful score review – and hundreds of thousands of CPA candidates have walked these halls over the years.
A better plan is to re-study after failing and getting back in there and punching the CPA Exam in the face.
To Your Success,
Jeff Elliott, CPA (KS)