Congratulations to the newly passed Certified Public Accountants!
For all those who took the CPA Board Exams that was held on May 12, 19, and 20, 2019, who had sleepless nights waiting for the board exam results, you can sleep soundly later. For the relatives and loved ones of those who took the exams, your prayers have been heard, and the anxious wait is finally over.
We now have the full list of passers in the recently concluded Certified Public Accountant Licensure Exam. To find out if you are one of the chosen few who passed the difficult but prestigious CPA board exam, scroll down below.
Kindly refresh this page as the May 2019 CPA Board Exams results are still being finalized. Once The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces the results, we will update this page and post the full list of passers
List Of CPA Board Passers: May 2019 CPA Board Exams
CPA Board Exams Results: List Of Passers ( A-K )
CPA Board Exams Results: List Of Passers ( L-Z )
Cream Of The Crop
Historically, the CPA Licensure exam is considered as one of the hardest board exams across all professions. Its passing rate is one of the lowest next only to the dreaded bar exams. Last year (2018) saw the lowest percentage of passers with only 25.18% passing the tests. Simply explained, just one out of four test takers were able to hurdle the obstacle before being called Certified Public Accountants.
On the other hand, almost half of the examinees or 42.84% passed the CPA exams held last 2016, the highest ever in the history of the board exams for Accounting graduates. Here is a table of the historical downward trend of the previous CPA board results.
For those who were lucky and blessed to pass the CPA Licensure exam, you are a few steps from becoming a true blue licensed professional. You can now start to register in order to get your new Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) identification card. To those who didn’t make it, don’t despair since this is nothing but a temporary setback. Never lose hope, and let your failure be your motivation to succeed.
My forecast is that there will be a higher percentage of passers this year than the previous one. How about you, what’s your prediction? Go back to the updated post soon and let’s find out!