CPA Exam Graders Needed


The AICPA is seeking CPAs and attorneys to assist in grading future CPA exams.

The Uniform CPA Examination is given twice a year—in May and November. The grading period begins two to three weeks after the exam is given and continues for about six weeks. Graders are paid $15 an hour and must provide a minimum of three seven-hour days each week. All grading is done at the AICPA’s Jersey City office. Grading facilities are open every day of the week including Saturdays and Sundays, and CPA exam graders will receive 16 AICPA CPE credit hours.

For additional information and an application, write to Grading Coordinator—004, AICPA, 201 Plaza Three, Harborside Financial Center, Jersey City, New Jersey 07311-3881. Or e-mail your request to dharris@aicpa.org .

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