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Here’s Your Open Thread for the Second CPA Exam Score Release of Q4 2014

Last week, we entertained ourselves watching the NASBA countdown clock tick away the minutes ahead of today's planned score release.

It would be absolutely hilarious if one of these days, NASBA shuts down their website ahead of a score relase and fails to release the scores as promised but we'll once again have to wait for that to happen.


Even though testing closes for the year on November 30, you will have two score releases remaining for 2014 and then that's it. Dunzo. No mas. Enjoy your blackout and start fresh come January.

So share your victory (or failure) with us now while it lasts. And then enjoy your holiday (or have to listen to your mom bitch about how you're never going to be a CPA).

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