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November 28, 2022

Here’s How You All Did on the CPA Exam in the First Quarter of 2012

NASBA has released the Q1 CPA exam data for 2012 and I have to say… uh… well… it's not as bad as last year around this time, I guess.

Of 40,709 candidates who sat in Q1, 45.5% of the exams taken were passed.

2012 Q1 Candidate Performance

Read all about it from NASBA (PDF).

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