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CPA Exam Q1/Q2 2015 Score Release Timetables

The Q1/Q2 2015 score release timetable is now available. Score release timelines are updated biannually on AICPA Insights and on the CPA Exam website. For more information about score release and the scoring process, please visit the Psychometrics and Scoring page.

The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy releases the scores to candidates and state boards of accountancy based upon the target score release dates listed in the tables below.

January/February (Q1) Testing Window

If you take your test by:

And the AICPA receives your examination data files from Prometric by midnight on:

Your score will be released by the target release date:

January 20

January 20

February 4

February 14

February 14

February 24

February 28

March 1

March 10

February 28

**After March 1

March 18

**The examination data files the AICPA receives after March 1 will be included in the final target score release date.

April/May (Q2) Testing Window

If you take your test by:

And the AICPA receives your examination data files from Prometric by midnight on:

Your score will be released by the target release date:

April 20

April 20

May 5

May 15

May 15

May 27

May 31

June 1

June 9

May 31

**After June 1

June 18

**The examination data files the AICPA receives after June 1 will be included in the final target score release date.

Please keep in mind:

  • All dates and times are based on Eastern Standard Time zone.
  • For the vast majority of candidates, the AICPA receives the examination data files from Prometric within 24 hours after a candidate completes the Exam.
  • The scores for the examination data files received after the AICPA cutoff dates will be in the subsequent scheduled target score release.
  • Some candidates who take the BEC section might receive their scores approximately one week following the target release date due to additional analysis that might be required for the written communication tasks.

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