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Score Process
Online Score Retrieval
Score Review
Appeal Process
Congratulatory Letters


Score Process

For score information/frequently asked questions, please visit the AICPA website.

Note: The AICPA does not provide score information.

Online Score Retrieval

Online score retrieval is a highly efficient and useful service NASBA provides in order to better serve Boards of Accountancy and their candidates. Not all Boards utilize this service. If it is not possible to retrieve your scores on this website, please contact your Board for further information.

Score Review

Because all scores undergo several quality control checks before they are reported, a score review seldom results in a score change.

Note: Your entire examinations are not accessible, and the correct answers to their incorrect questions are not provided. The original incorrect responses are also not provided during this process.

For additional information, please visit the Score Review section on the NASBAstore.org website. You may also contact 1-800-CPA-EXAM or email: scorereview@nasba.org.

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Appeal Process

For details on the Score Appeal process, please visit the Score Appeal section on the NASBAstore.org website.

Score Appeals are not permitted in the following jurisdictions:

  • California
  • District of Columbia
  • Colorado
  • Georgia
  • Illinois
  • Montana
  • Ohio
  • Texas
  • Virginia

You are not allowed to bring any reference materials to the Score Appeal session. The same security measures adhered to at a testing center are also required at the session. Please be advised that historically, a score has never been changed as a result of a Score Appeal.

Note: Your entire examinations are not accessible, and the correct answers to their incorrect questions are not provided. The original incorrect responses are also not provided during this process.

For additional information, please contact 1-800-CPA-EXAM or email: scorereview@nasba.org.

Congratulatory Letters

If you tested through jurisdictions represented by CPA Examination Services (CPAES) – except Alaska and Florida – you will receive a congratulatory letter from CPAES upon passing the entire CPA Examination. This letter will provide you with further instructions on how to obtain your license, per your Board’s qualifications. All other candidates will receive additional instruction regarding the licensure application process directly from their Board of Accountancy.

Letters mailed by CPAES will be sent to you by the following dates:

January/February testing window: April 1
April/May testing window: July 1
July/August testing window: October 1
October/November testing window: January 1

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