CPA Exam Pass Rate

What is the CPA Exam Passing Rate?

Historically, the average CPA exam passing rates for each section have been around 50 percent. According to the AICPA, at least half of the CPA candidates who take the Certified Public Accountant exam each quarter fail their exam part. This isn’t an encouraging statistic by any means if you are looking to take the exam, but

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Does A High or Low CPA Exam Score Matter if You Passed?

A lot of CPA candidates ask if it matters whether they get a high CPA exam score or a low score just above passing. Many candidates study excessively, so they can get crazy high scores and tell everyone how well they did when their score releases. But does your score actually matter? Truthfully, no one knows

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Best CPA Exam Audio Courses and Lectures

There are a few different CPA review courses that offer audio lectures and audio CPA study materials. This format is a great option for CPA candidates who are on the go a lot and don’t have tons of time to sit in front of their computer or a book. Hence, the best CPA learning materials

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CPA Exam Scoring Explained

How is the CPA Exam Scored and Graded?

According to the AICPA, the CPA exam is scored on a curved scale of 0 – 99. Everyone knows that you need a score of 75 or more to pass and become a Certified Public Accountant, but what does that mean and how do you score that? No one really understands their CPA exam score

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Hardest CPA Exam Part

Which CPA Exam Section is the Hardest?

According to the AICPA’s published pass rates, the hardest part of the Uniform CPA exam is FAR (Financial Accounting and Reporting). The 2016 cumulative pass rates show that candidates consistently performed worst on FAR than the AUD, BEC, and REG with pass rates of 45.42%, 45.82%, 55.54%, and 48.41%, for all four sections respectively. However,

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