According to the AICPA’s handy-dandy CPA exam score release schedule, CPA exam candidates are due a score release on August 25. Lately, scores have not only been on time but early; however, we have yet to see anything from NASBA about a Monday night score release so don’t hold your breath on that one.
They did tweet this earlier today, which prompted a flood of responses from candidates begging them to cut the shit and just release scores already, as is usually how things go when NASBA does anything other than release scores. Damned if they do, damned if they don’t I guess.
In preparation for the #CPAExam score release, you will need to set up your NASBA Account (if you haven’t done so already) to view your score online (unless you receive your score from your board). Here’s how: https://t.co/jT20b0FdRK
— NASBA (@NASBA) August 24, 2020
Seriously, go read the replies. It’s not like you have anything better to do anyway.
Assuming scores don’t drop tonight, they should still be on track for tomorrow. So we’ll just go ahead and cross that puppy off.
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
You’ll see there are five score releases remaining for this cursed year 2020, six if you count January’s which I guess we should since technically those scores will come for exams taken before year-end. If it’s good enough for the IRS, it’s good enough for us.
We’ll update you if we see anything from NASBA about this next score release, but in the meantime just make a drink and chill or something. Lord knows we’ve done enough of that this year, y’all should be old pros at it by now. Good luck, everyone!