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January 29, 2023

Here’s Your (Late) Open Thread For the First CPA Exam Score Release of Q2 2019

Yooooo. Sorry I’m late on this… wait, no, fuck that I’m not sorry. Saying sorry for things you’re not actually sorry for is for bitches.

Let’s start over. Heyyyyyy! Here’s your open thread for the very first CPA exam score release of the second quarter 2019. Exciting stuff. Stalking Reddit and Twitter yesterday after scores hit was really exciting, and it’s nice to see CPA exam candidates get good news and push ever-forward toward licensure, especially after the inevitable Q4 and Q1 slumps. I dunno, maybe it’s because busy season is over, or maybe it’s because spring has sprung and the tree jizz is in the air. Who knows, I’m just glad people are cracking at it and getting this beast done.

OK so since we were late to this thread due to minor technical issues you don’t need to concern yourself over, every single candidate waiting for a score should have one in their hands by now.

Feel free to share your victory (or defeat) in the comments or don’t, I don’t care either way. And if you’re still waiting on your score, I suggest you publicly shame NASBA so we can talk about it next week.

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