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What is a provisionary state and is my state a provisionary state?

A provisionary state is a state that gives CPA Exam candidates a provisionary period to sit for the exam before they have officially completed the educational requirements, varying between 30 and 180 days. However, it should be noted that you won’t be able to receive your scores for the section(s) that you tested for until you have fulfilled the educational requirements. A list of provisionary states is below:

Washington 180 days
Colorado 60 days
North Dakota 180 days
South Dakota 100 days
Iowa 120 days
Minnesota 120 days
Missouri 60 days
Wisconsin 60 days
Indiana 60 days
Michigan 30 days
Maine 120 days
Tennessee 200 days
New York Anytime – 120 credit hours
must be completed

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