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January 28, 2023

Here’s Your Open Thread for the First CPA Exam Score Release of Q1 2019

HELLO and Happy New Year, muffins. Here we are anxiously awaiting the first score release of the first quarter of 2019, my how time flies. I can’t believe it’s been almost 12 years since I started working in CPA review, hopefully none of you have been attempting to pass the CPA exam for as long as I’ve been writing about it.

ANYHOO. February 5th marks the very first CPA exam score release of 2019 which is super exciting for reasons I can’t quite put into words because I’m old and tired and feel like I’ve written this same post like 70 times which I probably have. Actually it might be more than that but I always did suck at the number stuff so whatever.

Anyone need to vent? Share some frustrations? Need a little talking down from the ledge? As always, you’re welcome to share in the comments. Or don’t. I spent years getting midnight phone calls from you people freaking out and needing a Tony Robbins pep talk before you logged in to your candidate account, they don’t pay me enough to listen to that shit now. But good luck or whatever.

Just kidding, I’m here for you. I mean that.

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