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January 27, 2023

Here’s Your Open Thread For the Fourth and Final CPA Exam Score Release of Q4 2019

Welp, that’s it. It’s over. Whatever your CPA exam plans were for 2019, I sure hope you got done what you wanted to do because there are no more chances left for the year. December 10 was the final testing day of 2019 and this on-time score release yesterday bears the distinction of being the last score release we’ll see this decade. Man, time flies when you’re having a terrible time.

There’s not a whole lot to say here, so here’s a helpful video from NASBA on what to do now that you’ve gotten your score.

Hope you guys waiting for scores got some good news this week. If not, go ahead and take a nice relaxing break before you get back on that horse come 2020. You got this.

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