Apparently yesterday was St Patrick’s Day. I don’t know about everyone else but I didn’t even realize it, maybe because we’re all still in a quasi holding pattern of lockdown depending on where we are and getting shitfaced with strangers in kelly green T-shirts wasn’t on the menu. Or it could be that I no longer strive to be blackout drunk by 2 p.m. on major holidays these days idk. Anyhoo.
The benevolent overlords of the CPA exam obviously weren’t wasted on green beer yesterday as they released the latest batch of CPA exam scores on time as expected.
On March 18, 2021, NASBA received and processed the following scores from the AICPA. pic.twitter.com/q2tuvy6AoX
— NASBA (@NASBA) March 18, 2021
Usually the responses to NASBA tweets like the one above are filled with all kinds of interesting stuff from rants to gifs to expletive-filled diatribes about Ken Bishop’s mom but you’ll notice the corresponding reply section is pretty sparse with this score release. Perhaps everyone is, I dunno, busy?
Of course I clicked on the button to show potentially “offensive content” but have to say I was pretty disappointed. I know everyone’s on edge these days but come on, what’s offensive about this?
Still waiting on my score ????????♀️????
— JaLaMo 🙂 (@JazzyJay1913) March 18, 2021
The March 18 score release marks three releases down for 2021 with five remaining from now until July.
Score Release: Exam sections taken January 1 June 30, 2021
|If you take your exam on/before:||Your target score release date is:|
|January 23||February 9|
|February 15||February 23|
|March 10||March 18|
|March 31||April 9|
|April 23||May 11|
|May 16||May 25|
|June 8||June 16|
|June 30||July 13|
dates via AICPA
Score release dates for the second half of 2021 have not yet been released. Last year, the score release schedule for the second half of 2020 came out mid-June for whatever that’s worth. So mark your calendars. Or don’t, we don’t care.