Taking the Exam - Public Accountancy
On January 22, 2024 NASBA will be providing all CPA Examination Services.
The Board will accept third party credits providing they are listed on an accredited college/university transcript, as noted in the Maryland Educational Requirements. The transcript must list the course title and the number of credits assigned to each course.
The board will only be accepting applications from individuals who have graduated from a college or a university and have earned at least a baccalaureate degree on or before today's date.
Applicants must request that transcripts include the type of degree conferred and the date of graduation.
Listed below are the services available to applicants and qualified candidates, and information about the Uniform CPA Examination.
FIRST TIME APPLICANTS/REAPPLICATION FOR EXAM QUALIFICATION
- File an Original Exam Application
- Education Requirements
- Chart of Subject Matter (Word)
- Approved Ethics Courses
- Foreign Credential Services
- Common Mistakes Delay Processing or Result in Application Denial
- Track Status of Exam Application
Maryland CPA Examination Fees
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EXAM QUALIFIED CANDIDATES
- Exam Candidate Bulletin
- Register for an Exam Section
- Reprint Notice To Schedule (NTS)
- Check Examination Score
- Name Change Process
INTERNATIONAL TESTING FOR NON-U.S. RESIDENTS
INFORMATION FOR EVERYONE
The AICPA and NASBA report the examination scores to the board on a candidate-by-candidate basis and by examination section. The Board notifies each examination candidate by e-mail when each exam score is received.
Note: Passage of the Uniform CPA Examination does not mean an individual is licensed to practice certified public accountancy. Successful candidates must meet business-related education and qualifying practical experience before qualifying for licensure. To check whether an individual is licensed by the Board, check the CPA License Search on this website.