NASBA Tweets CPA Exam Scores Are Up, Lies

WTF

It has been a strange week on Twitter for professional and semi-professional public accounting bodies the last few days, but NASBA has officially taken the crown from the AICPA for Twitter snafus.

In case you missed our earlier discussion, @AICPA got hacked by Bitcoin scammers. At publication time, the scammers still have control of @AICPA.

But back to NASBA. Score releases for those who sat for the CPA exam between September 1-10 are due September 19, meaning all those candidates are obsessively refreshing today up until first thing tomorrow. NASBA then tweeted this earlier today:

As it turns out, that was a big fat lie! And CPA exam candidate Twitter wasn’t having it.

OOPS, SYKE y’all! NASBA later followed up with a Tweet to say whoops, our bad, scores weren’t actually released.

Why. Why is this even happening? This is some Dick Cheney-level torture (look that up, youngsters), so unfair.

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