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CAN I APPEAL FOR CPA
When you spend months preparing for the CPA exam diligently and studying hard
for the upcoming sections of the Exam, you feel confident about yourself and you
know you would ace the Exam. Once the NASBA posts your score, you are not
satisfied as the score isn’t according to your hard work. Sometimes you made a
mistake truly and at times, you might not be wrong.
This situation has happened to some candidates and it’s definitely necessary to
know what can one do in such a situation? Because if you truly feel there has been
a mistake in the scoring then you need to know your options.
When and how can I check my score?
First things first, you can basically refer to the score release timeline from the
AICPA to see when your scores will be sent to NASBA to know your score. The
NASBA CPA Candidate Account doesn’t permanently house your scores. You can
only view the scores that were released for the current window. After the
expiration date listed you will no longer be able to view your advisory score or the
score notice. You should print the Score Notice once it is available to keep for your
You will receive a Candidate Performance Report in case you failed an exam
section that assesses your performance on that specific section. The report’s
information, along with your score, provides an assessment of your Exam
performance. You should keep in mind that these two items present different views
of your performance and are determined separately. You receive the report for
informational purposes only as it has no bearing on your official score.
CPA Exam Score Review:
If you don’t think the score you got is correct then in that case you may file a score
report. The score review process is simply an additional independent verification
of your CPA exam score. Review process involves making certain that the
approved answer keys were used and applied correctly in determining a
candidate’s score and is not an opportunity to have alternate responses considered.