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TITLE 22EXAMINING BOARDS
PART 22TEXAS STATE BOARD OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY
CHAPTER 511ELIGIBILITY
SUBCHAPTER DCPA EXAMINATION
RULE §511.83Granting of Credit by Transfer of Credit

(a) In order for the board to grant credit to an applicant for partial completion of the UCPAE given by the licensing authority of another jurisdiction the applicant must have met the following requirements:

  (1) earned a score of 75 or higher on any section of the examination;

  (2) was awarded credit by the licensing authority of another jurisdiction for the section(s) taken while an applicant of that board; and

  (3) the credit awarded by the licensing authority of another jurisdiction has not expired.

(b) If the board accepts transfers of credit, it will also accept transfers of credit for sections passed at subsequent examinations.

(c) The grades made by an applicant on sections under consideration must be the ones reported to the licensing authority of another jurisdiction by the AICPA through NASBA.

(d) An applicant allowed credit for each section passed must pass the remaining section(s) within the next 18 months from the date credit was awarded or forfeit credit received for that section.

(e) An applicant who has earned the right to partial reexamination and who fails to pass the remaining section(s) of the examination within the applicable time limits shall lose the right to partial reexamination and must take the entire examination upon later application.


Source Note: The provisions of this §511.83 adopted to be effective September 15, 1980, 5 TexReg 3563; amended to be effective August 28, 1984, 9 TexReg 4413; amended to be effective October 30, 1991, 16 TexReg 5828; amended to be effective February 27, 2000, 25 TexReg 1378; amended to be effective February 4, 2004, 29 TexReg 967; amended to be effective February 17, 2008, 33 TexReg 1103; amended to be effective August 8, 2012, 37 TexReg 5773; amended to be effective June 2, 2021, 46 TexReg 3405

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