Becoming a CPA
All parts of the exam are computerized and test your level of accounting knowledge.
- A passing score is 75 percent or better.
- Once you sit for your first section of the exam, you have 18 months to pass all four sections before you start to lose previously passed sections.
- There are four sections:
- Auditing and Attestation (AUD),
- Business Environment and Concepts (BEC),
- Regulation (REG), and
- Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR).
You can learn more about the Uniform CPA Exam here.
Remember: In Connecticut, you must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year school before you can sit for the CPA Exam. Learn more about the education requirements.
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