|New York CPA Exam Requirements|
|Educational Hours Required for Exam||120 Semester Hours|
|Educational Hours Required for Licensure||150 Hours|
|Additional Note||Licensees can waive the education requirements if they have 15 years of public accounting experience.|
The Certified Public Accountant certification is one of the most prestigious professional certifications available. It indicates that the accountant has satisfied a demanding set of educational, professional, and ethical standards. In addition, candidates
must pass the rigorous CPA exam in order to earn the distinction of this credential. Before candidates can sit for the exam, they must satisfy their state’s requirements and qualifications.
Each state has its own set of eligibility requirements for the CPA exam, which should not be confused with licensing requirements. Below we will be discussing the requirements for the state of New York. You may sit for the CPA exam in New York upon
completion of your bachelor’s degree and 120 semester hours from an accredited institution. Prospective CPA exam candidates must provide transcripts, which should include specific accounting and business courses as follows: Financial Accounting, Cost
or Management Accounting, Taxation, and Audit and Attestation. In order to obtain your CPA license, the state of New York requires 150 semester hours including 33 semester hours in accounting and 36 semester hours in general business. Communications
and Ethics and Responsibilities are required for licensure, and these may come from either accounting or business. New York also requires candidates for licensure to have one year of work experience gained in employment in a public accounting firm, government,
private industry or an educational institution. One unique thing about New York is that you can waive the education requirements if you have 15 years of public accounting experience. Unlike many other states, New York CPA exam requirements do not
include criteria for a candidate’s state residency or U.S. citizenship to sit for the exam. New York does require a candidate to be 21 years old and have a Social Security number. Please note that these requirements can change at any time, so it is
best to contact your state board of accountancy prior to applying for the exam or paying any fees.
Currently, the average pass rate for any given section of the exam is about 50 percent, which is a great indicator of the exam's difficulty. This is where a great CPA Review Course is instrumental. Review Courses have been preparing accounting professionals
to pass the exam for years. Just about every accountant that has become a CPA utilized a review program. In other words, they are a worthy investment. The CPAExam.com CPA Review Course Comparison Chart can
help you select the best course for you.
Upon successful state application, candidates will receive a Notice to Schedule (NTS), which is valid for one testing event or six months, whichever comes first. The NTS lists the section(s) that the candidate is approved to take, as well as the deadline
for testing. An examination appointment cannot be scheduled without a valid NTS. Once candidates receive their NTS, they can then contact Prometric to schedule the examination. All scheduling, rescheduling, or cancellation of testing appointments is done
through Prometric. Candidates may schedule and take each section of the CPA Exam only once during a testing window. Testing windows are as follows:
Candidates can take one or more sections of the exam at a time and must pay the following fees to CPA Examination Services at the time of application:
4 Examination sections – $75.00 3 Examination sections – $75.00 2 Examination sections – $75.00 1 Examination sections – $75.00
Students need to bring NTS form and identification. The photo ID and information must match the NTS form exactly, or they will not be allowed to take the exam and no refund will be granted.
Upon completing each section of the exam, candidates can obtain their scores online once NASBA has released the information. They can also elect to have exam scores mailed to them.
See When are CPA Exam Scores Released for more CPA Exam Results information.
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