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WAVE 1 - IMPORTANT SCORE RELEASE INFORMATION FROM NASBA

Apr/May 2010 Wave 1: FAR & more AUD - AICPA Releases Scores to NASBA

  • RT @NASBA: Don't forget it takes 24-48 hours (biz days) for scores to post. #cpaexam NASBA states info here: http://bit.ly/HyI58
  • RT @NASBA: Today, 1132 AUD, 4898 FAR  scores were released by AICPA to NASBA for Apr/May 2010 testing window.
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    When you take the CPA Test and unfortunately do not pass, how are you suppose to know what you failed on the test, in order to help you correct that which was wrong and move on so that you can go to take the other tests. What's implemented in the brain remain there until it is corrected - so how do you go about correcting that you do not know???????????? I failed the test and have to re-take it (very expensive) so how do I study - where did I go wrong? How do I correct the unknown? H-W-L-P!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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