CPA Exam Information
Examinations are administered by:National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA)
CPA Examination Services
PO Box 198469
Nashville, Tennessee 37219-8469
Toll Free: 1.800.CPA.EXAM
IN Coordinator Email: email@example.com
The Board of Accountancy does not provide exam scores. You may contact NASBA using the information above or visit nasbastore.org to purchase a candidate score reprint or candidate score transfer.
All First-Time applicants are required to pay both an application fee and an examination fee upon submission of the first-time application. All Re-Examination candidates are required to pay both a registration fee and an examination fee at the time of registration.
Application Fee: $150
Examination Fees: Auditing and Attestation (AUD) $195.35
Business Environment and Concepts (BEC) $176.25
Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR) $195.35
Regulation (REG) $176.25
Registration Fees:4 examination sections $110
3 examination sections $95
2 examination sections $85
1 examination section $70
Tutorial and Sample Test
Location - CPA-exam.org
Effective with the July/August 2008 testing window, a change to the directions and the functionality of the research question type will appear in the Audit (AUD), Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR), and Regulation (REG) section of the exam.
The tutorial and sample tests reflecting the changes to the research question type are now posted on the CPA Exams website at cpa-exam.org under the heading Tutorial and Sample Tests. Please note, you will find two versions of the tutorial and sample test on the website one for candidates testing before July 1 and one for those testing after July 1. Select the appropriate version for the dates(s) you have scheduled your AUD, FAR, or REG examination.
To prepare for each section of the Uniform CPA Examination candidates are responsible for reviewing the Uniform CPA Examination tutorial and sample tests. Thorough familiarity with the examinations functionality, format, and directions is required before candidates report to test centers. Failure to follow the directions on how to respond, may adversely affect candidate scores.