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CPA Exam Scores Will Be Delayed Due to Hurricane Sandy

The AICPA Examinations Team’s office is located in Ewing, NJ and has been affected by Hurricane Sandy. Although the offices were not damaged, extended loss of power and telecommunication affected systems and staff. As a result, the release of CPA Exam scores for results received day 1 – 20 by the AICPA and were scheduled to be released on Nov. 5 had to be delayed.

Below is the revised score release timetable for the first round of score release for the October/November 2012 testing window.

Barring further complications, scores for test results that were received day 1 – 20 by the AICPA will be released by NASBA to state boards of accountancy based upon the target score release dates noted in the table below. Please be advised that some state boards of accountancy require at least one day beyond the published target dates to process and release exam scores.

 Day in Testing Window*

Target Release Date for AUD, FAR and REG

Target Release Date for BEC

Day 1 – 20

November 12

November 13

* Day that the test results are received by the AICPA

We apologize for the inconvenience to candidates and thank you in advance for your patience while the AICPA resumed operations following the effects of Hurricane Sandy. 

The AICPA is responsible for the scoring of the CPA Exam and then releases the scores to NASBA for distribution to candidates. For more information on how the CPA Exam is scored, please visit aicpa.org/cpa-exam

Updated: 11/6/2012 10:15 a.m. ET


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