As you well know, there's only one correct score on the CPA exam: a passing score.
Go ahead, try to disagree with the man.
Forgive the tardiness on this, we owed it to you yesterday.
I'm catching up on my reading and lo and behold, here's another CHANGE IN ACCOUNTING IS SO FAST article. It's only been [counts fingers] a few weeks since we last touched on the topic, but we can't waste a good crisis, can we? No, we cannot.
Hey, look, a map from NASBA:
Today is the third release of CPA exam scores for Q3, which means the days and hours leading up to the flood of scores have made NASBA's Twitter account an interesting thing to watch.
If you took a section of the CPA exam on or before August 14th and have been dreaming of adding three letters to your business card, today could be a very big day.
Today is the first CPA exam score release date for the Q3 testing window, meaning that answered prayers and shattered dreams abound.
The AICPA reports that Excel's ubiquity in the accounting profession caused a bunch of people to suggest "use of Excel in the CPA Exam to create an authentic user experience."
First, a chart: