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February 7, 2023

Here’s Your Open Thread for the First CPA Exam Score Release of 2015

The anticipation. The excitement. The disappointment. It's finally time for those CPA exam scores to come trickling out!

But first, this.

 

As we all know, the NASBA countdown clock is a new-ish evil plan by NASBA to fuck with you attempt to keep anxious candidates from blowing up their website ahead of a score release. Unfortunately, the countdown clock couldn't save the California Board of Accountancy.

Ouch.

Now, the tweet you actually want to see. SCORES!

 

Feel free to share your success (or failure) in the comments with your fellow candidates. If you failed the CPA exam, don't let the defeat get you too long before you get back on that horse.

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