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How To Pass In Ca "Cpt" Exam?

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There are two crucial ingredients to passing your CA exams - know your subject and know the exam technique.
These four-times-a-year exams are recognised throughout the industry and as such have to be of a regular and consistent standard. There isn't much room for imagination with the exam, which involves following a tried and tested format taking you through widely acknowledged accountancy tasks.
Just like accountancy itself the exam is very formulated with little changing over the course of time, with the goal being to produce accountants who are comfortable, familiar and very able to understand and interpret accountancy figures.
A 50% score is required across the four papers to pass the exam which gives every student an achievable goal before continuing on with their on-the-job education throughout the industry.
One area to be clear about and to avoid guesswork is that wrong answers will result in points being deducted from your score.
There is no secret or surprise element to this exam with four main topics covered - accounts, mercantile law, economics and combined maths and statistics.
Each topic covered makes up roughly 25% of the paper with little variation from that to ensure that each candidate is tested and has a good grasp and understanding of the general subjects that are the backbone of accountancy.
Although there are four topics within the exam, there is no individual marks awarded - the exam is made up of 200 marks overall with 100 required as a pass.
There are numerous online study sources as well as traditional text books that cover all four topics and re-enforce your in-class learning. Answers are definite with no room for interpretation, ensuring that candidates express themselves in a clear and concise manner.
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So many ca cpt students pass at their first attempt, even if they don't have accounts background, but why students with accounts background does not pass at first attempt?
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Just read the Ca material properly its enough for you to pass the cpt xam......
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Do emphasis on a/c as it carry 60 marks. Practice daily 1 hour maths that will help you a lot

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