CPA Exam Information

Information for Candidates & Students

COVID-19 Notice: Adjustments have been made to CPA Exam qualifications and testing to help CPA Exam candidates stay on track for earning their CPA licenses.


+ TSBPA Eliminates Requirement for Candidates to take at least 15 of their 30 hours of upper division accounting courses as in-person classes. (3-12-2020)

+ TSBPA temporarily accepting electronic transcripts for Application of Intent. Ask your Registrar to send your electronic transcripts to: transcripts@tsbpa.texas.gov.  (3-26-2020)

NASBA and AICPA extend 20Q2 testing window to June 30, 2020 (3-27-2020)

+ NASBA will extend all NTSs expiring between April 1 – June 30, 2020, until September 30, 2020 (3-27-2020)

+ Texas CPA Exam candidates with one or more Exam credits expiring on or before June 30, 2020, will be granted an extension to September 30, 2020. (3-17-2020)

CPA Exam testing centers open May 1 (4-24-2020)

+ NASBA CPA Exam Testing FAQs (4-30-2020)

+ Continuous testing to launch July 1, 2020 (3-31-2020)

Exam Preparation Aids

It’s one of the most important and rigorous exams you will take so you want to make sure you do everything possible to pass it. A host of study aids are available to help you prepare.

A TXCPA member discount is available from the providers listed below. TXCPA does not endorse nor recommend any particular vendor.

+ Becker

+ Gleim Exam Prep

+ Surgent CPA Review 

+ UWorld Roger CPA Review

+ Wiley CPA Review 

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