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Passing CPA Score

A 99 is the highest score your can receive on the CPA exam. How likely is it that you will score a 99 on any section of the CPA exam? Well, it’s highly unlikely, but aim high, miss high, right?

While the passing CPA score is a 75%, Ryan, a Universal CPA student, recently scored a 99 on the REG section of the CPA exam. Matt Reinhold, the co-founder of Universal CPA, sat down with Ryan to understand the strategy and approach he deployed to score a 99.

If Ryan scores insanely high on his other exams, we’ll be sure to share his tips and advice for those specific sections!

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