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January 30, 2023

Apparently NASBA Is Not Going To Torture Some CPA Exam Candidates Through the Holiday Weekend

Although it hasn't been officially announced on NASBA's Twitter account yet (are they off for the day or what?), we've gotten word CPA exam scores are slowly but surely rolling out ahead of the holiday. From the tip box:

Scores for days 21 – 45 of the Q4 window (scheduled for Nov. 26th) were just released.

CPA Exam Club confirms scores are trickling out.

Feel free to share your good or bad news in the comments because otherwise you're going to try to talk about it at the Thanksgiving table tomorrow and everyone in your family including your drunk ass uncle will look at you like you're an idiot.

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