Wondering what to expect come April 1, 2017 when the next version of the CPA exam launches?

The new version of the CPA exam launched April 1, 2017. We’re here to answer your questions about those changes.

 

 

Five NCACPA student members, representing many of North Carolina’s colleges and universities, went straight to the source and asked Rick Niswander, PhD, CPA, CGMA, what they can expect and how best to prepare. Dr. Niswander played an instrumental role in the exam changes during his time as chair of the AICPA Board of Examiners.

To watch the full-length video, simply click the play button to get started. We’ve also created a library of quick-hit videos below that focus on a single question, allowing you to quickly access what interests you the most.

Get your questions answered about the next version of the CPA Exam
by watching these videos:

New Items

Study Tactics

TBS Questions

Work Experience

Credit for Past Sections

Validity of Past Scores

Scoring Consistency

 

Score Report

Re-Sitting Timeframe

Blueprints

Recommended Order

Section Overlap


 

Scholarships

NCACPA, the AICPA, and other organizations offer many scholarships to help accounting students fund their education. See what scholarships might be available to you.

Why Be A CPA

Career versatility, job security, and a nice paycheck are advantages of being a CPA, but what else is there? Learn more about what it means to be CPA. (More information coming in March 2017)


 

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