There Are Just Two CPA Exam Score Releases Remaining For 2020

The end of the year is so close you can almost feel it, eh? Well, if it’s 75-some degrees where you are like it is by me maybe you’re having a hard time imagining it, in which case just check out how many CPA exam score releases are left in 2020. You’ll quickly realize the final stretch is upon us.

Another on-time score release means we’re that much closer to 2021.

Although this time of year can be historically nerve-wracking due to the end of the year rush to get exam sections scheduled, it’s nice to know that even with a global pandemic in full swing at least one can trust that CPA exam scores will come on time. Of course, now that I said that I probably jinxed it and there will be some massive data failure on November 24.

One more score release this month and a mid-December date round out the year, at which point we can all celebrate for having lived through it or something along those lines. Technically there are three releases remaining for 2020 but we’ll count that last one as falling strictly on the 2021 side in the hopes that we’ll arrive there that much sooner.

Testing Window: July 1 – December 31, 2020

If you take your exam on/before: Your target score release date is:
July 23 August 7
August 16 August 25
September 8 September 16
September 30 October 9
October 23 November 10
November 16 November 24
December 8 December 16
December 31 January 12

Dates via AICPA

Score release dates for the first half of 2021 have also been released, and the schedule looks pretty similar to how the second half of 2020 worked out.

I’d throw in some big hoo-rah yay you’ve got this! speech to try and motivate you to keep plugging away and finish the year strong but I imagine you’re just as tired as I am and mostly ready to be done. That’s alright, too.

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