How do you Apply for the CPA Exam?

Before CPA exam registrations, you must first assess your qualifications, then choose the relevant jurisdiction/state board and submit your registration documents and fees. After that, you can get a copy of your official calendar. Here’s how to get through the CPA Exam submission process.

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    Steps to apply for the CPA Exam

    CPA Exam Application Process Explained

    CPA application requirements administered by State include

    • Education – Semester, degree, credit hours, etc.
    • U.S. citizenship or legal resident/alien status
    • Residency
    • Proof of identity (such as a Social Security number)
    • Experience – Accounting work experience matters when getting a license.

    NASBA will send you a Notice to Schedule (NTS) until your application has been approved. And if you applied to several sections, you would only get one NTS. Your NTS contains a section id number that serves as the Launch Code for each exam section, in addition to your personal details. To take the test, you must carry your NTS with you. If you need a reprint of your NTS, go to the NASBA website and submit a letter.

    You should schedule your CPA Exam after you’ve got and checked your NTS. To make your CPA Exam as stress-free as possible, follow our thorough scheduling guidelines. It’s time to start preparing for the CPA Exam now that you’ve applied. Reading the Gleim CPA Exam study material provided by AKPIS should be one of the first moves. It takes you step by step through what you need to know to get started.

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