The CPA Exam is developed, maintained and scored by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and administered at Prometric test centers in partnership with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).
The Uniform CPA Exam was 19.5 hours in duration, until the mid-1990s, and was administered over two and one-half days. It contained four subject areas (sections) which the candidate had to sit for, for 5 times: Auditing (3.5 hours); Business Law (3.5 hours); Accounting Theory (3.5 hours); and Accounting Practice (Part I & Part II; 4.5 hours each). Accounting Practice Parts I and II were required to be given in separate sittings but the two scores were graded together. The exam was conducted on the first consecutive Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in May and November of each year, that is twice a year. Test takers were allowed to use only paper and pencil (not even calculators were allowed, imagine that!)
Since April 5, 2004, the exam has been conducted online in secure testing centers. Currently, the exam is conducted in the first two months of each quarter. This is called a testing window. You can take any section and more than one section in each month, but each section can be taken only once.
In order to fix your CPA Exam Dates 2014, you need to first apply to NASBA or SBA to get your NTS (notice to schedule). Once you receive your notice to schedule you can fix the CPA Exam dates for either all the registered sections or the ones you are ready to take soon.
In 2014 for your CPA Exam dates, you are left with only October-November testing window.
Choosing the best CPA exam dates can be critical to your success. Scheduling the exam date too close to a big event, personal or work commitments can absorb much of your time and energy, leaving little left for the critical day of the exam. Choose a CPA Exam date that will allow you to have ample time to study and doesn’t mandate dividing your attention between the exam and other stressful and time-consuming events. Looking ahead and planning around potential conflicts is a great practice and can reduce your stress and help you properly prepare for the exam.
Choosing CPA Exam dates wisely can be the most crucial aspect of clearing the CPA Exam.
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