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The Uniform CPA Examination protects the public interest by helping to ensure that only qualified individuals become licensed as U.S. certified public accountants (CPAs). Of all three requirements, only the CPA Examination is uniform (i.e., it is the only examination that is accepted for CPA licensure by all U.S. jurisdictions).

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How the CPA Exam is Scored
 

How the CPA Exam is Scored

Posted: June 20, 2017
CPAs take immense pride in what they accomplished when they passed the CPA Exam, but the grading of the exam is a mystery to some. A new report provides some clarity on how the exam is scored, and AICPA exam specialist John Mattar adds perspective in a new podcast.

 Top 5 Reasons to Dig into the CPA Exam Blueprints
 

Top 5 Reasons to Dig into the CPA Exam Blueprints

Posted: May 24, 2017
As a CPA candidate, when you finally set foot in a testing center, you should have thoroughly studied and become familiar with the Exam’s content. One of the best ways to do this: Study the AICPA’s CPA Examination Blueprints.

Uniform CPA Exam Changes Represent Real Life
 

Uniform CPA Exam Changes Represent Real Life

Posted: April 13, 2017
The new uniform CPA exam is designed to reflect real life decision-making. The new version and how educators will address those changes were discussed at a NJCPA Accounting Educators Workshop on April 7.