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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.

DO NOT FILL OUT THE INITIAL EXAM APPLICATION IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN INITIAL FORM IN THE PAST.
IF YOU NEED TO SIGN UP FOR ADDITIONAL PARTS OF THE EXAM COMPLETE THE RE-EXAM APPLICATION.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Do not fill out the initial exam application if you have already submitted an initial form in the past. If you need to sign up for additional parts of the exam complete the re-exam application.

 

If you have already started the Online Application, login below to continue:
(Click here if you do not remember the password you used.)

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