CPA Dates & Exam results
Good luck with your CPA results if you just completed your exam. Here are some key dates to look forward to. CPA Results for Semester 2 2019 are now available.
KnowledgEquity are providing CPA tuition resources as part of your CPA enrolment in Semester 1 2020.
CPA dates for Semester 1 2020
CPA Early bird enrolment closing date: Wednesday 15 January
Semester 1 starts: Tuesday 28 January
Last day for CPA enrolment: Friday 24 January
CPA Exam Period for Semester 1: Saturday 11 April – Tuesday 28 April
CPA Exam Results are released: Friday 5 June
CPA Exam Bookings – Should I book early or late?
If you are organised then book an early exam. So, this means you get your life back earlier. Most people just start studying later when they have a later exam (rather than doing additional study hours).
CPA dates and fees for deferral
The CPA early deferral date to defer your subject is before Friday 20 March (CPA will charge you a fee to do this). So, make sure you do a detailed review of your study progress before then and make a decision on whether to continue your studies or defer.
After this date you can defer your CPA subject until 9 April (CPA will charge a higher fee – information on fees is here). That’s right – the CPA date for a late deferral is a few days before exams start.
For other CPA dates such as last day to change your postal address or cancelling your enrolment click here.
CPA Mid-Semester Test & Study Resources
At KnowledgEquity, we offer a CPA mid-semester test included in your Guided Learning package. It is a great way to find out if you are on track with your studies. Based on your test result – you can reset your study plans, and get back on track. But, if you can’t catch up – don’t panic. You still have options.
We also have a wide range of support resources including short video tutorials, recorded weekly webinars, practice exams and module quizzes to help you master the CPA Program.
Using Facebook? Want to connect with other students?
There are also Facebook groups for CPA subjects as follows: