September 24, 2022

CPA Exam Score Release To Be Delayed Thanks To Hurricane Sandy

This just in:

Due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy there will be a short delay in the release of the Uniform CPA Examination scores.

Scores from test results that were received day 1 – 20 by the AICPA were scheduled to be released on Nov. 5. The release of these scores will be delayed approximately one week or more.

As soon a new target date is determined the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy and the AICPA will release an updated score release schedule.

Not sure if this will also have any impact on the subsequent target release date.

Before some of you take to the comments to whine and complain about how UNFAIR AND CRUEL THOSE BASTARDS ARE for holding your score hostage, let's all take a moment to remind ourselves that lives were lost, homes and vehicles destroyed and many are still flooded out and without power three days later. Believe it or not, there are far more important things in this world than your CPA exam score.

That said, please accept my condolences for your massive inconvenience, I hope that you can quickly pick up the pieces and find the will to take your next CPA exam section after this.

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