The next scheduled score release date is August 7 for tests taken between July 1 and July 23.
Follow the link for all the 2020 score release dates:
The Board of Examiners has extended any exam score with an expiration date of April 1 through December 30 to December 31, 2020.
In addition, any NTS with an expiration date of April 1 to December 30 is extended to December 31, 2020.
It is unnecessary to contact the ILBOE as these changes will be made automatically. Please contact NASBA’s Candidate Care if you have questions.
Prometric to Resume Rescheduling Fees
On August 1, Prometric will re-instate previously waived rescheduling fees for test takers affected by Coronavirus.
Candidates who need reimbursement for rescheduling an appointment due to COVID-19 illness or impact should submit the “Request a Refund” form found on the Prometric website.
New CPA licensure model moves forward
NASBA and the AICPA Governing Council have voted to support the CPA Evolution initiative. This initiative seeks to design and implement a new approach to CPA licensure. The CPA Evolution Initiative aims to ensure newly licensed CPAs have the required knowledge and skills best suited for the emerging skills and competencies necessary in today’s marketplace. A new core plus discipline model will allow candidates to show enhanced competency in a chosen discipline within the profession.
The AICPA and NASBA will work closely with universities to create model curriculum and internship programs. They will also now move forward with a significant effort to revise the Uniform CPA Exam’s content and skills blueprint, which is anticipated to culminate in the launch of a new CPA Exam in January 2024.
New & Returning Candidates
The Illinois Board of Examiners (ILBOE) is a state agency that evaluates academic credentials, approves candidates to sit for the Uniform CPA Examination, monitors CPA examination testing activity throughout the year and issues the Certificate of CPA Exam Completion upon passing the exam as well as to those qualified for the Total Transfer of Credit certificate.
Awarding a Certificate of CPA Exam Completion
The Illinois Board of Examiners (ILBOE) is a state agency that evaluates academic credentials, approves candidates to sit for the Uniform CPA Examination, monitors CPA examination testing activity throughout the year and issues the Certificate of CPA Exam Completion upon passing the exam as well as to those qualified for the Total Transfer of Credit certificate. Illinois is classified as a two-tier state. This means that the Illinois Certificate of CPA Exam Completion is issued upon successful completion of the CPA examination and “Professional Ethics: The AICPA’s Comprehensive Course”. And the license is issued by the IDFPR upon successful completion of their requirements.
Have a question for us? Here are some of the most frequently asked questions that we at ILBOE get:
Don’t see an answer to your question? Please feel free to click the button below to contact us directly and someone will be happy to help you as soon as possible.
What credentials do I need in order to be approved to sit for the Uniform CPA examination?
Please click here in order to review the requirements.
How do I apply for Provisional Approval status?
Provisional Approval is automatically awarded when deemed possible during an evaluation review. Domestic and Foreign Evaluations
How do I interpret my Evaluation Results Letter?
Please click here for a guide on what is listed on your results letter.
I have been deemed approved to sit, what do I do next?
Great! First, you will need to submit your Initial Exam application and fee via your ILBOE online account.
Second, you will need to pay the fees listed on your Payment Coupon via your NASBA Gateway online account.
Payment Coupon PC
Last, you will need to print your NTS via your NASBA Gateway online account and schedule the section(s) listed via Prometric.
Notice to Schedule NTS