Friendly Reminder: NASBA Is Still Screwing With Your Head

What's the second worst thing a CPA exam candidate can see besides a 74 on score release day? Well this, of course:

Those of you with a promising future in audit will notice that the dates are all wrong here. If the AICPA received your exam data by February 14, your score should be released by February 24. So, if you saw this screen today and thought you were losing your mind, don't worry, NASBA hasn't figured out time travel.

 

 

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