When are 2019 CPA Exam Scores Released?

When are the CPA Exam Scores released?

Good question. The AICPA and NASBA have made some changes to the score release cycle over the past few years, but now that the AICPA Blueprints and the New CPA Exam is in place, it should be fairly predictable from here on out.

(and we accountants like predictability…)

Here are the 2019 CPA Exam Score Release dates so that you can plan your CPA Exam schedule.

2019 CPA Exam Score Release Dates

January 1 – March 10, 2019 Exams

Score Release Dates:
February 5
February 26
March 8
March 19

April 1 – June 10, 2019 Exams

Score Release Dates:
May 7
May 23
June 11
June 19

July 1 – September 10, 2019 Exams

Score Release Dates:
August 6
August 22
September 10
September 19

October 1 – December 10, 2019 Exams

Score Release Dates:
November 5
November 22
December 10
December 19

2019 CPA Exam Score Release Dates

Exam Date (on/before):Score Release Date:
January 20February 5
February 14February 26
February 28March 8
March 10March 19
April 20May 7
May 15May 23
May 31June 11
June 10June 19
July 20August 6
August 14August 22
August 31September 10
September 10September 19
October 20November 5
November 14November 22
November 30December 10
December 10December 19

Source: AICPA

NASBA CPA Exam Score Release States

These states use NASBA.org to release their CPA Exam Scores
AlaskaIowaMontanaPuerto Rico
Colorado KansasNebraskaRhode Island
LouisianaNew HampshireSouth Carolina
MaineNew JerseyTennessee
MassachusettsNew MexicoUtah
MichiganNew YorkVermont

Independent CPA Exam Score Release States

These states use their own State Board of Accountancy websites to release CPA Exam Scores
AlabamaIdahoMississippiSouth Dakota
ArizonaIllinoisNorth Carolina
IndianaNorth Dakota
West Virginia
District of ColumbiaMarylandOregonWyoming

To Your Success,


Jeff Elliott, CPA (KS)

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