Don't just study to clear the exam but to build a solid conceptual understanding for CA Intermediate and Final exams.
Enrol in coaching that completes the course on time, conducts mock tests, gives the right guidance and has a good passing percentage.
A study plan will help you stay on track and give you enough time to earn, practice and revise the syllabus multiple times.
A study plan will help you stay on track and give you enough time to learn, practice and revise the syllabus multiple times.
Divide the syllabus into different parts giving more priority to topics with higher weightage and frequently asked in the exams.
In the last 3-4 months, students must solve MTPs, RTPs and past year question papers regularly as per the ICAI marking pattern.
Complete your syllabus soon, so you have enough time left to revise the complete course at least 3 times before the exams.
Training will help you apply your theoretical knowledge practically and increase your understanding of a CA's work.
Stay away from students who themselves are struggling to clear the Chartered Accountancy exams.
If you are physically, mentally and emotionally fit, then you'll be in a better position to clear the CA exams on the first attempt with a rank.