Elijah Watt Sells Awards Noted
The Fall 2005 issue of AICPA’s The Uniform CPA Examination Alert announced the 2004 Elijah Watt Sells awards. Two of the nine recipients mentioned were from the
The Elijah Watt Sells award program was established by the AICPA in 1923 to recognize outstanding performance on the Uniform CPA Examination. More than eighty years later, Sells awards continue to be presented to candidates who earn the highest cumulative examination scores. (Information about the program and its history is available atwww.cpa-exam.org.)
Under the current criteria, ten Sells awards are granted annually to candidates who completed testing during the previous year and passed all four sections of the Uniform CPA Examination on their first attempt, earning the highest cumulative scores. The Sells awards for 2004 recognize the ten highest score recipients out of more than 50,000 examinees.
Congratulations to the following MSA students who were recipients of the 2004 Sells Award:
Xin (Amanda) Yuan earned an MS in Accounting from
Yan Zhang was awarded an MS in Accounting Illinois in 2004 and an undergraduate degree from the