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CPA Exam Scoring

The Board receives scores from the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) in waves during and after each testing window. The Board validates each score before reporting it to the candidate. Score reports along with the performance reports are posted to the Board's website and may be viewed by the candidate.

Exam candidates will receive an email from the Board with their score information.

Score reports include the following basic information: section name, section ID, date, section score, result, and credit status with respect to other sections taken.

The numeric scores are reported on a scale of 0–99, with 75 as the passing score. The scale does NOT represent "percent correct." A score of 75 or above indicates performance that reflects sufficient knowledge and skills to protect public interest.

Score Reporting FAQs

View detailed timetables for score reporting.

FAQ: CPA Exam Score Release Timeline