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February 8, 2023

Here’s Your Open Thread for the Second-to-Last CPA Exam Score Release of 2018

Well, here we are, children. It’s December, so you know what that means. If you need a reminder: it means hopefully you got your stuff together and squeezed in that last CPA exam part for the year if that was in your plan because if you haven’t, well, you’re SOL.

Today, December 10, is the final testing day of the year. Either you did the damn thing or you didn’t, nothing to be done about it now.

Those of you who tested October 1 – November 30 can expect to receive your scores tomorrow, barring acts of God or the couple inches of snow we got here in the Mid-South-East or wherever the hell it is I live. You know how snow can mess up anyone who isn’t originally from the Great Lakes, which includes just about everyone involved in making sure you receive your scores on time. So, be patient and be kind, there are actually people who took the day off over four inches.

Hopefully Santa has an early gift for you! If not, well you’re a grown adult and don’t believe in that Santa crap anyway, right?

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