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AICPA Announces 2020 CPA Exam Score Release Dates

2 years ago · 1 min read · AICPA Insights Blog

CPA Exam (Exam) score release timetables for the first and second testing windows of 2020 are available. The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) will release scores to candidates and boards of accountancy based upon the target score release dates in the table below. It is important to note that some boards of accountancy require at least one day beyond the published target release date to process and release scores.

Q1 testing window: Jan. 1–March 10, 2020

If you take your Exam on or before:The AICPA® receives your Exam data files from Prometric by 11:59pm (ET) on:Your score will be released by the target release date:
January 20January 20February 4
February 14February 14February 25
February 28February 28March 10
March 10March 11March 20
March 10**After March 11March 20

**The Exam data files the AICPA receives after March 11 will be included in the final target score release date.

If you take your Exam on or before:The AICPA receives your Exam data files from Prometric by 11:59pm (ET) on:Your score will be released by the target release date:
April 20April 20May 4
May 15May 15May 26
May 31May 31May 31
June 10June 11June 18
June 10**After June 11June 19

**The Exam data files the AICPA receives after June 11 will be included in the final target score release date.

Keep in mind:

  • All dates and times are based on the Eastern time zone.

  • For most candidates, the AICPA receives the Exam data files from Prometric within 24 hours after a candidate completes the Exam.

  • The scores for the exam data files received after the AICPA cutoff dates will be in the subsequent scheduled target score release.

  • Some candidates who take the BEC section might receive their scores about one week following the target release date due to additional analysis that might be required for the written communication tasks.

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