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December 6, 2022

Texas CPA Exam Candidates Excited to Embrace the Future

Wait a second… are you telling me that up until this point, one of the biggest CPA exam states in the country did not offer its future CPAs the ability to check their score online? Isn't obsessively refreshing that screen supposed to be both the best and worst part about taking the modern day exam?

CPA Examination candidates from the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy and the Virgin Islands Board of Accountancy are now able to view their exam scores online. Only the scores from the current testing window are available.

To view online scores, candidates need their Exam Section ID Number and Date of Birth.

Online scores are not official until validated by the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy and the Virgin Islands Board of Accountancy. Once validated, candidates will receive score notifications and forms through the normal email and postal processes.

via NASBA

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