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Online CPA Exam Application
You can now submit your CPA Initial Exam and Re-Exam Forms online using your credit card. The board accepts Visa, MasterCard and American Express. You will need to provide the account number, expiration date, name as it appears on the card, billing address, and the CVV security code.



You may apply with the Nevada State Board but we will not be able to complete the processing of applications between the dates of 02/17/2018 through 03/04/2018 as NASBA will be migrating their processing system during that time.


If you have already started the Online Application, login below to continue:
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