Asked by: Aguila Neuhauser
asked in category: General Last Updated: 27th May, 2020

Do CPA exam scores expire in California?

A: No. Once you have passed all four sections of the Uniform CPA exam, your exam credits do not expire. However, the ethics examination expires within 24 months of passing, so it is recommended that you take that examination close to the time you are ready to apply for licensure.

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Beside this, do my CPA exam scores expire?

A passing score remains valid for 18 months from the date indicated in your letter from CPAES. After 18 months, if you have not completed all four sections of the exam, the score expires and you must retake that section of the exam.

Beside above, do pass/fail classes count for CPA? Q. Do classes taken on a Pass/No Pass basis count toward the CPA course requirements? A. Yes, they do count as long as you Pass.

Additionally, how long does CPA exam last?

18 months

How often do you have to renew CPA?

Most states require accountants to complete continuing education courses to recertify. For example, in Virginia, CPAs must complete 40 hours of continuing education courses each year for the first three years after initial certification. Then CPAs must maintain 120 hours of continuing education every three years.

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