Can you take the ethics exam before you get all of your section scores?

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    Anonymous
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    This may be a stupid question, but does anyone know if there is a requirement that you have to pass all four sections before doing your AICPA ethics exam? I’m sitting here waiting for my last two scores from this window and I’m wondering if I should just go ahead and use the time to buy and then do the ethics exam.n

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    ISU_Ed
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    I know you can in Illinois. I completed the ethics exam several years ago.

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    1st attempt BEC 87 AUD 99 REG 10/17 still waiting for score FAR 1/9/10n

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    #210121 Reply
    tallmang
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    Yeah, I'd like to know the answer too! I took the ethics exam already – before I even had the scores for my last two sections. I was bored. I'll let you know what happens.n

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    #210122 Reply
    jeff
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    If your state requires you to take the AICPA ethics exam, then yes…there is no pre-req to take the AICPA course, so you can order it and pass it at any time.

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    -Jeffn

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    BEC - 80
    FAR - 76
    REG - 92
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    melnp
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    Where do I check to see if my state requires it.
    n I'm in NY.n

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    #210124 Reply
    Anonymous
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    Ny does not requiredn

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    #210125 Reply
    melnp
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    Thanks Anita.n

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    #210126 Reply
    Anonymous
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    Not sure about Texas they make all candidates take a college state board approved class but I also saw this: Board-approved Ethics Courses (for licensees) on the website……..so I think it is required as CPEn

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    #210127 Reply
    Anonymous
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    Thanks, Jeff!n

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    #210128 Reply
    ISU_Ed
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    I know you can in Illinois. I completed the ethics exam several years ago.

    1st attempt BEC 87 AUD 99 REG 10/17 still waiting for score FAR 1/9/10

    #210129 Reply
    tallmang
    Participant

    Yeah, I'd like to know the answer too! I took the ethics exam already – before I even had the scores for my last two sections. I was bored. I'll let you know what happens.

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    jeff
    Keymaster

    If your state requires you to take the AICPA ethics exam, then yes…there is no pre-req to take the AICPA course, so you can order it and pass it at any time.

    -Jeff

    AUD - 79
    BEC - 80
    FAR - 76
    REG - 92
    Jeff Elliott, CPA (KS)
    Another71 | NINJA CPA
    #210131 Reply
    melnp
    Participant

    Where do I check to see if my state requires it.

    I'm in NY.

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    Anonymous
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    Ny does not required

    #210133 Reply
    melnp
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    Thanks Anita.

    #210134 Reply
    Anonymous
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    Not sure about Texas they make all candidates take a college state board approved class but I also saw this: Board-approved Ethics Courses (for licensees) on the website……..so I think it is required as CPE

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