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Find out when you’ll get your CPA Exam score

5 months ago · 1 min read

CPA Exam scores are released on a rolling basis throughout the year. The score release dates below show when you can expect to receive your score after sitting for a section. This helps you to better plan your testing schedule.

The AICPA typically announces the score release dates for the first half of a new year in December of the previous year and the second half by June of that year. Keep in mind, the target score release date represents when the AICPA will send the scores to NASBA.


Score Release: Exam sections taken July 1 – December 31, 2022

If you take your exam on/before:Your target score release date is:
July 23August 9
August 15August 23
September 7September 15
October 1October 11
October 23November 8
November 15November 23
December 8December 16
January 1January 10

Score Release: Exam sections taken January 1 – June 30, 2023

If you take your exam on/before:Your target score release date is:
January 23February 7
February 14February 22
March 9March 17
March 31April 11
April 23May 9
May 16May 24
June 8June 16
June 30July 11

Please note:

  • For most candidates, Prometric sends Exam data files to the AICPA within 24 hours after you complete testing.

  • Exam data files received after the AICPA cutoff dates will result in subsequent scheduled target score release dates.

  • If you take the BEC section, you might receive your score approximately one week following the target release date due to additional analysis that may be required for the written communication tasks.

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