Author: Jenna Elkins, NASBA Communications and Digital Media Specialist
Now that you have waited a few months to receive your CPA Exam score(s), the time is almost here for your score to be released. Wonder why it took so long?
Due to the substantive changes to the Uniform CPA Examination that were effective April 1, 2017, the scores for the candidates who tested during the April/May 2017 testing window will not be released until mid-August, which is a longer wait time than normal score releases.
Because of the changes, time is required to conduct the standard setting process, which includes statistically validating candidate performance and setting a passing score. Anytime the Examination undergoes significant changes, a passing score is set so that the assessment remains legally defensible, which is common practice for a high-stakes examination.
Do you know how your scores get to NASBA? Check out the below infographic that highlights the score release process as well as the target dates for the score releases. Also, when your scores are released, you will find them here: https://myscores.nasba.org/.
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