How do I . . .
- Know if I’m qualified to take the exam?
- Get help with my application?
- Know if my application is approved?
- Pay for the exam?
- Proceed with taking the exam after receiving my email approval?
- Change the date, time or location of a scheduled exam
- Get help with preparing for the exam?
- Request a refund for an exam section?
- Get help with problems experienced while taking the exam?
- Find out my exam score?
- Update my contact information with the VBOA?
Taking the CPA Exam
Pursuant to § 54.1-116, Code of Virginia, all CPA Exam candidates must provide a United States social security number (SSN) or control number issued by the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.
Note: If you choose to provide a control number issued by the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, instead of a SSN, you will be charged an additional $67.50 fee by NASBA for each payment coupon you receive.
Candidates do NOT have to apply for all four exam sections at one time. Candidates may apply for each exam section individually, or at different times. Exam
For more detailed information regarding the CPA Exam, please read the Procedures for the CPA Exam Process.
Login to re-apply for exam sections. Candidates who have previously sat for any part of the CPA Exam are considered RE-EXAM CANDIDATES. If the candidate inadvertently applies for the wrong exam section(s), the candidate must contact the VBOA to cancel the current payment coupon. Once cancelled, the candidate must return to the application page to re-apply for the correct exam section(s).
Login to make a request for special accommodations through the Americans with Disabilities Act. The request is reviewed and must be approved by the VBOA before the exam application can be processed. To ensure equal opportunity for all qualified persons, the VBOA will coordinate reasonable accommodations in the administration of the exam for approved candidates.
Upon request, the candidate must submit documentation from an appropriately licensed health care professional that includes a diagnosis of the disability, along with a specific recommendation and justification for the requested modifications.
The VBOA is not responsible for any costs necessary to obtain the required diagnosis, recommendation and documentation; however, the VBOA will be responsible for reasonable costs associated with necessary and reasonable accommodations.