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What are the CPA exam passing rates for 2020?

2020 was a rollercoaster year for the entire world! However, that didn’t stop CPA applicants from studying and sitting for the CPA exam. The image below illustrates the 2020 passing rates by quarter:

The cumulative averages for 2020 were not wildly different than prior years. In Q2-2020, passing rates were extremely high, but these were balanced out by extremely low pass rates inn Q4-2020.

Link to the official AICPA website:

My advice: Keeping chugging along and and put this exam behind you. We’re here for you, so just ask us for help! We’ll get you climbing up that curve of success!

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