August 15, 2022

Here’s Your Open Thread For the Third CPA Exam Score Release of Q1 2020

Is is already March? Why am I getting the sneaking suspicion 2020 is going to be one of those years that rushes by and next thing you know, you’re 40 and sipping an IPA in the same dingy bar you’ve been going to for years wondering where your life went. Oops, don’t mind me, just a touch of the midlife crisis over here. ANYHOO, CPA exam scores, let’s get to them.

Continuing their impressive streak of timely score releases lined up perfectly with target score release dates, the third CPA exam score release of the first quarter arrived just as expected.

Ain’t no COVID-19 gonna slow down this train, y’all.

Removing scores that already have been released, that leaves us with just one more full release this quarter.

Testing Window: January 1 – March 10 (20Q1)

As you should know by now, March 10 is the final day of testing in the first quarter, with testing resuming on April 1. Which is probably good; maybe all the coronavirus panic will die down by then. If nothing else, it will give Prometric a chance to stock up on tissues and Clorox wipes.

With Q1 almost in the bag, that means we’re basically just one quarter away from continuous testing IF things are proceeding as planned. Last we heard the target date for launch is July 1, 2020, and we have no reason to believe that has changed but are monitoring the usual channels for updates just in case. As always, we’ll keep you in the loop if we hear anything.

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