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CPA Exam Offered in Five International Locations Next Year

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"The Uniform CPA Examination will be offered in Japan, Bahrain, Kuwait, Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates in 2011, marking the first time in the exam’s history that it will be offered outside the 55 U.S. jurisdictions.

The three organizations that jointly offer the CPA Examination in the United States—the AICPA, National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) and Prometric––announced Sunday that they have reached agreement to administer the exam in those international locations.

The exam offered internationally will be the same as that offered in the U.S. It will be administered in English using the same computerized format..."
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Source: Journal of Accountancy

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