[CPA Exam FAQ] Score Release

By October 30, 2014AICPA 시험정보

When should I expect to receive my scores?

Scores are released by the AICPA to NASBA twice each testing window. The first release is typically in the middle of the second month of the testing window. All scores are released by the AICPA by the first week of the next window.

This means candidates who test in the first month of a testing window may qualify for an earlier release of scores, depending on the examination content administered to them, the examination volume and the distribution of examinees within the testing window. Given these factors, it is impossible to tell in advance which candidates and how many will qualify for early score release.

After the AICPA releases scores to NASBA, they are forwarded to Boards of Accountancy for approval and release to candidates. Boards of Accountancy determine the actual score release schedule. Candidates should note, however, that all scores may not be released at the same time. Additionally, candidates who test on the same day may receive scores at different times due to differences in necessary quality control procedures.

Where can I find more information on the Diagnostic Report I received with my score notice?

Refer to the FAQs available on the AICPA’s website.

Where can I find the pass rate for the examination?

This information is available on the AICPA’s website.

I believe an error was made in scoring my examination. What are my options?

There is a Score Review and Score Appeal process available in many jurisdictions. For additional information on Score Reviews and Score Appeals, refer to the Score Information section of your jurisdiction on this website. You can also refer to the FAQs available on theAICPA’s website.

 

 

http://nasba.org/exams/cpaexam/examfaq/#release

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