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CPA Score Release: Dates, How to Check, and More

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Full post: https://www.superfastcpa.com/cpa-score-release-dates/ In this video you’ll find the CPA score release dates, links to check your scores depending on your state, additional information, and frequently asked questions about CPA exam scores. Have you wondered HOW the CPA exams are scored? Or, what the “higher order skills” from the AICPA blueprints actually mean? Or what types of questions apply to each skill type? Also, did you know the AICPA blueprints contain some very helpful information on each section, so you can better prepare? All that is on this page as well… just use the table to contents below to find what you’re looking for. What time of day are CPA exam scores released? A CPA score release from NASBA will sometimes be posted a day early, if they are released on the actual release day then they can show up at 1am, all the way into the afternoon. So the answer is, it depends. You will end up pressing the button on the score release site hundreds if not thousands of times. A few of mine were posted early in the morning on release day, while my BEC score was posted late afternoon on release day. Remember that BEC is the only exam that requires any manual grading, so a BEC score can hours or even a day later or more than the target release date. CPA Score Release: Who scores the CPA exams? Scoring the MCQs and the TBSs is an automated process. Written communication responses on the BEC section are also mostly graded by a computer program that is calibrated by human scorers. In some cases the responses are graded by a group of human scorers that are all CPAs. If your score on BEC is close and comes down to the written responses, then your written responses will be re-graded by human scorers. What are the different "skills" from the AICPA CPA exam blueprints really testing? The 4 skills listed in the blueprints are: Remembering and Understanding: This is the "easiest" and simply means being able to recall facts or memorize facts Application: This is the next step up from remembering and understanding, and the idea is to test the candidate's ability to apply knowledge to a problem, such as using a formula or interpreting how a certain rule or regulation would apply based on the facts of the problem; essentially performing a calculation Analysis: This is the next step up from application, and refers to the candidate being able to analyze the situation presented and make the best decision, such as comparing different investment opportunities and determining the best option based on the facts presented Evaluation: This is the "highest" skill, and only applies to the AUD exam, and refers to making judgments such as evaluating the reasonableness of a client's significant accounting estimates What question types do the blueprint "skills" apply to? As you read through the CPA exam blueprints and see the breakdown of skills tested based on the topic, you might wonder "Does that mean it will be tested through MCQs or TBSs?" The "Remembering and Understanding" skill is only tested through MCQs. The "Application" skill can be tested either by a MCQ or a TBS. The "Analysis" and "Evaluation" skills will only be tested through a TBS. Remember that "Evaluation" only applies to the AUD section.
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