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Texas Ethics Exam

Wanted to post on here about the ethics exam in Texas since I couldn’t find any info before I took it. I think it’s different from the other states, as it’s not a standard AICPA exam. It is super easy, took about an hour and a half and all the answers are in the Chapter 501 of the Texas Administrative Code, which you can reference during the exam.

It’s 30 questions (only 25 are scored). The questions generally present a hypothetical situation, and then ask you which section of the code the subject of the question broke. It is not “tricky” whatsoever.

You only need an 85%, as opposed to a 90% in other states, so you can miss 3. They gave me 5 days to take it once it was activated, but once you open the exam you have 48 hours to complete it.

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