NBAA Examination Results November 2022 – CPA Results November 2022 Check Here. This Article Contains NBAA Examination Results, CPA Examination Results, ATEC I Examination Results, ATEC II Examination Results, Foundation Level Examination Results, Intermediate Level Examination Results, Final Level Examination Results, CPA List Examination Results, CPA Equivalent List Examination Results
NBAA Examination Results November 2022 – CPA Results November 2022 Check Here
Find NBAA November 2022 Examination Results : Through this web page, you will be able to browse the General examination Statistics and list of candidates qualifying for the CPA(T). The Results lists of each examination level can also be viewed.
HOW TO CHECK NBAA EXAMINATION RESULTS STEP BY STEP
1. Visit NBAA Official Website (https://www.nbaa.go.tz)
2.Find the /Announcements tab
3. Click Matokeo Results Category
CPA Results November 2022
The NBAA Board of Directors in its meeting held on Thursday, December 22, 2022 under its Chairman Prof. Sylvia S. Temu, confirmed the results of the NBAA examinations for the 96th semester held in November 2022.
Orodha ya matokeo
- CPA List
- CPA Equivalent List
- ATEC List
- Examiner’s Report
- ATEC I Result List
- ATEC II Result List
- Foundation Result List
- Intermediate Result List
- Final Result List
How to Check National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA) Examination Results 2022 The NBAA is a Tanzanian accountancy professional body established under the Auditors and Accountants(Registration) Act No 33 of 1972, as amended by Act No 2 of 1995. It is an accountancy regulatory professional body, operating under the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs of Tanzania (MOFEA). The Board started carrying out its activities from 15th January 1973.
The NBAA has made a significant contribution to accountancy development in Tanzania over the pastdecade, especially on administration and examination processes. NBAA is an examining body for the accountancy professional qualifications. However, NBAA does not train candidates who are preparing to sit for its examinations, but is collaborating with a number of training institutions, both public and private institutions to train candidates for its examinations. Training can either be on full time or on part time basis, depending on one’s choice. There is a number of training institutions in the country offer training and learning facilities for the candidates’ preparing for the Board’s examinations.
Various reports have indicated that Tanzania has shortage of qualified accountants compare to other African countries. The qualified accountants are the ones who have passed the Board’s examination and awarded the Certified Public Accountants, CPA (T) certificate. Becoming a CPA (T) requires the candidates passing the Board’s examination and obtaining practical experience. Candidates pursuing the Board’s examination must have the same entry qualifications as for university