View the score release dates for the remainder of 2017. Read the CPA Examination Score Release Timeline FAQ
, which are updated quarterly.
There will be score holds in the Q2, Q3 and Q4 2017 testing windows to allow for a standard setting process associated with the launch of the recently updated Examination in Q2.
The AICPA, NASBA and state boards are aware some candidates testing in the Q2 2017 launch window will be impacted by the 10‐week score reporting hold. With Q2 2017 scores scheduled for release by August 18, 2017, candidates may be unable to retake a failed section in Q3 2017.
NASBA’s National Candidate Database is designed to prohibit expiration of conditional credits until advisory scores are received if candidates take the Examination prior to the date of their score expiration. In June and July, NASBA will notify state boards of all candidates testing in Q2 2017 with existing conditional credit who will be impacted by the score hold. The state boards will consider extending a candidate’s conditional credit. A state board is the only entity with the authority to grant extensions for expiring conditional credit. Extensions of credit are handled on an individual case by case basis.
There is no need to contact your state board of accountancy. State boards of accountancy will notify candidates if an extension is granted.