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Tips for Common Proficiency Test December session

Posted by admin, at 12 December 2014

With only 3 days left for the CPT December exam, conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, it's time for aspirants to brace up their first steps towards becoming a CA. The Common Proficiency Test Exam is due on December 14, 2014 to be held in a pencil paper mode. Topper Tip: All India Topper for CPT June 2014, Borra Murali Mohan, recommends on how to only revise the course in the last 3 days of exam. After clearing the exam, he is now preparing for IPCC exam and says, "I was able to clear my CPT exam in the first attempt. Students appearing for the December exam, must simply go through the concept books and reference materials provided by ICAI institute. While answering questions, length is not important but the presentation is. Aspirants for CPT must go to the exam confidently and read the paper thoroughly before answering. A bit of carelessness can lose you marks, if you don't know how to present your answer well. For only 3 days left for the exam, one must not waste time on things they don't know well and revise only what they are sure of." Ashutosh Modi, Executive Director of Entrance Prime.com suggests: A positive attitude is the key to pass the CPT and reach an inch closer to your dream of becoming a CA. With an optimistic mindset, the otherwise tough preparation will become much easier and cracking the exam will be a cakewalk for you. Don't focus on how tough the CA exams are supposed to be. Instead, concentrate your energies on reminding yourself that you can and will crack the CPT in one go! Conceptual understanding is of paramount importance while studying for the CPT. Avoid the rote method while studying. Instead, learn scrupulously by clearly understanding the syllabus. ICAI study material is sufficient to prepare you for this exam. Candidates are required to secure a minimum of 30 per cent marks in each section and minimum 50 per cent marks in aggregate in all the four sections to crack the Common Proficiency Test Exam.

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