Here’s Your Open Thread For the Third CPA Exam Score Release of Q3 2019

For those of you playing along at home, this score release leaves us with one more for this quarter and five total remaining for the year. Where did this year go? You know what, I’m not going to complain.

In a little over two months, 2019’s CPA exam testing will be officially over. I feel like I probably say this too much (Lord knows I’ve tried to hammer it home over the years) but for the love of God, if you plan to test before the year is over SCHEDULE THAT SHIT ASAP. The fourth quarter is historically one of the most difficult to schedule as far as your ideal dates and testing locations are concerned so unless you’re a glutton for punishment, get on it.

Your remaining score release dates for 2019 are as follows:

  • September 19
  • November 5
  • November 22
  • December 10
  • December 19

As previously mentioned, NASBA has been killing it this year on getting scores out on time and even early in some cases. Although a wise CPA exam candidate always plans for the unexpected, you should feel pretty confident scheduling your anxiety around upcoming score release dates.

And just think, by this time next year we probably won’t even be having this score release conversation as continuous testing could be in full swing. As far as we’re aware that’s still on track to make its debut mid-2020 but we’ve yet to hear specifics on that. Let’s just focus on getting through this year and getting those 75s, eh?

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