CPA Exam requirement question?


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Hello - Has anybody here sat for the CPA exam without satisfying the 2-year work experience requirement?
 
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that requirement is state specific I believe. In VA, until just recently, the experience did not have to be under a CPA, only in a finance/accounting field.
 
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There are four CPA Exam sections you must pass to complete the Uniform CPA Examination, divided by major topics: Auditing & Attestation (AUD), Business Environment & Concepts (BEC), Financial Accounting & Reporting (FAR), and Regulation (REG). Each section is tested separately in its own four-hour exam.
 
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You wouldn't need the 2 years' experience to appear for the exams. You will need it to get the license. So, worry not as of now, clear your exams and then you can think of getting the experience. Also, for certain states, the experience requirement is only 1 year.
 

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