So, you're probably aware that 2024 is bringing some pretty big changes to the CPA exam. This might leave you wondering whether it's the right time to take the CPA exam or if it might be better to wait. Here’s some good news on the horizon. We’ve come up with a transition policy that's designed to simplify all these changes for you. Our transition policy will be your roadmap that'll help you navigate through the twists and turns of the new exam format. With the right guidance and a smart plan, you can totally handle these changes and be ready to ace the new CPA landscape.
Should you take your CPA exam now?
Q: Should I wait until 2024 to start studying for my CPA?
A: No, you could start right away! As of October 2023, you will have access to both the current and evolution material to study and sit for 2023 exams until December 15th, and/or prepare for 2024 exams.
Q: I want to start studying for the new discipline tracks, what should I keep in mind?
A: As of October, you will also have access to all the 3 new disciplines for a 1-month trial. Then, you will have to select and lock 1 out of 3 disciplines. Once locked, the discipline change will require you to purchase the new respective one.
Q: What will happen if I fail my BEC in 2023?
A: If it happens that you fail BEC in 2023, you’ll be able to take a Morgan discipline course in 2024 free of charge.
Q: Can I reattended my Morgan CPA course in 2024?
A: If you purchase Morgan’s CPA Courses in Fall 2023, you’ll have the option to re-attend any part once again from 2024 scheduled classes.
Q: How much does the updated printed book cost in 2024?
A: Candidates will be able to purchase replacement updated printed books for 2024 at $65 per part.
Q: Will FAR, AUD, and REG be updated with the 2024 content?
A: CPA Financial and CPA Regulation upcoming classes of 2023 will be delivered on the new evolution content in preparation for the 2024 exams.
Key NASBA dates to keep in mind
If you’re planning to finish your BEC in 2024, here are couple of dates you must keep in mind:
Deadline to submit Evaluation for BEC first time exam takers.
NASBA will stop processing BEC NTS for first time exam takers.
NASBA will stop processing BEC NTS for repeat exam takers.
Processing of applications for the discipline exam sections starts.
Last day of testing in 2023 for ALL sections (AUD, FAR, REG, BEC)
First day of testing for the new CPA Exam on Evolution Curriculum V1.0
On a final note...
In conclusion, the prospect of tackling the CPA exam changes in 2024 might seem like a daunting task. However, armed with the knowledge of Morgan's transition policy, you're in a prime position to not only overcome the challenges but also excel in the evolving landscape. By enrolling in your CPA course now, you're not just preparing for the current exam format but also setting yourself up for future success with the evolution. The integration of both the existing and evolutionary content ensures that you're equipped with a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter.
If you have further questions, our team of experts is ready to help you, book your consultation session now!