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Not One To Ruin CPA Exam Candidates’ Holiday, The AICPA Has Score Release Goals For First Half of 2013

Lest everyone spend their holiday break freaking out not only about this whole "noteboard" drama but not knowing when scores will be released in the year ahead, the AICPA has announced its target score release dates for the first half of 2013. So everyone please just settle down:

CPA Exam score release timetables have been such a hot topic amongst candidates that we have decided to post regular updates. Updated score release timelines will be announced twice annually on AICPA Insights® and will also be posted on the CPA Exam website. Since we would rather have candidates study for the CPA Exam rather than spend time notching off business days on a calendar, we have contained the score release timeline in a table below for candidates to easily find their score release dates.

In the first half of 2013, scores for the CPA Exam will be released by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy to individual state boards of accountancy based upon the target score release dates listed in the table below. 

As always, BEC scores may be released up to one week after the target score release date due to additional analysis that may be required for written communications.

Plan accordingly, kids.

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