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Scores

Virginia scores are posted on NASBA’s website initially and then sent to the VBOA within 24 to 48 hours. Candidates should allow at least 24 to 48 hours after NASBA releases test scores before re-applying for a failed section.

To retrieve scores, enter the candidate’s section ID and date of birth. The section and attendance date will automatically populate. The Score button will retrieve the exam score. Because all scores are not received at once, some candidates may have to wait longer than others before their scores are available.

CPA exam score release timeline

General score release information is below. The target release dates include when scores are released by NASBA to the state boards of accountancy.

Testing window: April 1 – June 10 (20Q2)

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, NASBA, AICPA and Prometric have made the decision to invoke an emergency testing period to provide additional testing opportunities. As part of this procedure, the 20Q2 testing window will be extended from June 10, 2020, to June 30, 2020. Learn more at https://boa.virginia.gov/resources/covid-19-updates/.

If you take your exam on/before:And the AICPA receives your exam data files from Prometric by 11:59 p.m. (EST) on:Your target score release date is:
June 10 June 11 June 18
June 10 **After June 11 June 19
June 30July 1July 9

**The exam data files the AICPA receives after this date will be included in the final target score release date for the testing window

Testing window: July 1 – December 31, 2020

If you take your exam on/before:Your target score release date is:
July 23August 7
August 16August 25
September 8September 16
September 30October 9
October 23November 10
November 15November 24
December 8December 16
December 31January 12

CPA exam score transfers

The VBOA requires an exam score transfer fee of $25 for candidates requesting an exam score be transferred from Virginia to another state. Complete the CPA Exam Score Transfer Form and submit it to the VBOA with the fee.

Exam rescore

Visit NASBA’s Score Information page to request a rescore of an exam section.