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November 27, 2022

Let’s Talk About Those 2014 CPA Exam Pass Rates

The final tallies are in, all the BEC written communications have been skimmed for proper grammar, and the last 74s of 2014 have been posted.

So, how did you all do this year? Let's see.

Wow, a lot of you just phoned in that 4th quarter, didn't you? Ah well, it happens.

Compared to last year:

So this is now the second year in a row Q4 pass rates have taken a dump off a cliff. What gives?

You'll be happy to know there are no earth-shattering changes ahead, so if you were one of the lucky many who blew it on the exam in Q4, just get back on that horse first thing next year.

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