September 19, 2021

Mark Your Calendars: ‘Navigating the CPA Exam’ Webcast on April 20

Consider this your unofficial invitation to “Navigating the CPA Exam,” a joint webcast from NASBA and the AICPA that will help guide CPA exam candidates through the perilous journey on the way to CPA licensure.

Just in case the above embedded tweet doesn’t work for you, here’s a handy link to sign up for the Zoom meeting.

Their Nov. 20 “Navigating the U.S. CPA Exam During a Pandemic” webcast is available to rewatch here, and contains useful information that unfortunately still applies to candidates currently undergoing the examination process. So go ahead and review that too if you’d like.

Not sure if the 4/20 webcast will include a question-and-answer session (probably not), but you are encouraged at the time of sign-up to share what area(s) of the exam process and exam itself that you most would like to see addressed during the two-hour program. We’ve crashed similar NASBA webcasts before and probably will do so again even though it’s 4/20 and we have, uh, plans but highly recommend you attend if you are at all interested in the exam, planning to take it in the next few years, and even those of you who are partway through the process can no doubt learn at least one thing about the process you may not have known.

See you there!

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