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February 3, 2023

Here’s Your Open Thread For the Second CPA Exam Score Release of Q2 2019

Cruising right along through the second quarter, here we are at the second score release. Two down, two to go. Now that we know continuous testing is on the menu for the CPA exam in the hopefully near future, it will be interesting to see how score releases are treated by the community. I guess we’ll jump off that bridge when we come to it.

Back to the matter at hand!

CPA exam scores

Using the laziest math possible, we figure around 5,000 of those scores were over 75. As for the rest, better luck next window.

We won’t see another score release until mid-ish next month, so in the meantime, why not take some time to practice self-care? Look, the exam is going to be there if you need to take a few days to treat yo’self. Go for a nice hike, enjoy the upcoming holiday at the lake, or just do what I do and get blackout drunk and curse people out on video games for a little bit of that sweet, sweet stress relief.

See you again on June 11 for those testing up until May 31.

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