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North Dakota used to allow non-CPA supervisor to verify your experience. The rule has been changed in April 2016, meaning you do need to find a CPA to sign your verification form.
The rest of the requirements are pretty much the standard 3Es.
Note: you may take the exam before graduation. Specifically, you will need to complete your education within six months after your exam application date.
*Launched in Apr 2016* The NASBA Experience Verification service is now available to those who do not have access to an active U.S. CPA for verification.
*** Special note on NTS***
Unlike most states, NTS approved by North Dakota State Board is valid for 12 months counting from the date of NTS issuance.
CPE is needed for license holders. Click here for North Dakota CPA CPE requirements.
North Dakota State Board of Accountancy
2701 S. Columbia Road
Grand Forks, ND 58201-6029
Check out these pages to learn about the educational and experience requirements, with my recommendation at the end of the posts:
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