The First CPA Exam Scores From the July/August Testing Window Have Been Released

The AICPA has met their first target release date as announced by NASBA earlier this morning:

So these results could mean that your day/week/month/career has been ruined and you'll be sobbing quietly to yourself the rest of the day or your dreams have finally come true and your ascension to capital servant market rock star status is inevitable. While you may feel entitled to jog around the office, hooting and fist pumping, this is probably not the most tasteful of celebrations. Likewise, verbal assaults of anyone who says, "Good morning," will not serve you well long-term.

In either case – victory or defeat – you're invited to let it all out here where you can safely express yourself as you choose without risking a sit-down with HR. 

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