CPA Examination Score Appeal

The NASBA CPA Examination Score Appeal is offered to candidates who wish to request a session to write a score appeal regarding one or more questions on the Uniform CPA Examination for the current testing window.

  • A Score Review is automatically included when you place an order for a Score Appeal. Please do not place a separate order for a Score Review.
  • Score Appeal orders can only be placed for the current testing window.
  • Score Appeal orders can be placed between the following dates:
  • January/February Testing Window
         - March 25, 2017 through April 25 2017
  • April/May Testing Window
        - August 21, 2017 through September 15, 2017
  • July/August Testing Window
        - September 25, 2017 through October 25, 2017
  • October/November Testing Window
        - December 25, 2017 through January 25, 2018

  • Candidates are advised:

    • Orders can only be placed during the above posted date range.
    • Once the appeal window has closed this product page will show as "SOLD OUT".
    • That appeal sessions are conducted at NASBA's office located in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
    • That you will be contacted in order to establish a date, time and place to conduct the Score Appeal.
    • Under secure conditions, you will be allowed the same amount of time as the examination section, utilizing a computer, to review the questions to which you provided incorrect answers and write an appeal.
    • That in the event you choose to appeal a question, you must submit payment of $100.00 per question, at that time.
    • That the decision of the score appeal will be returned to you, and / or your State Board of Accountancy at least eight weeks from the "submission deadline" date.
    • That the submission of the score appeal should not prevent you from re-applying for the same section(s) in the next testing window.
    • That historically a score has never been changed as a result of a Score Appeal.
    • To ensure accuracy during the scoring process the multiple choice and task-based simulation objective scores for all candidates are computed twice using two independent scoring systems. Additionally, the written communication responses are scored twice for all candidates with a score from 72 to 78.
    • Reference materials are not permitted in the Score Appeal session. The same security measures adhered to at a testing center are also required at the session
    • We do not process score appeals for the following jurisdictions: California, District of Columbia, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Montana, Ohio, Texas or Virginia.

    After placing your order, you will be contacted by e-mail within two weeks by a NASBA representative to schedule your appointment.

    To place your order, please complete the following:

    Enter your Jurisdiction ID number

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