Don't miss these last-minute tips to crack CA CPT December 2016
Map to success for most mortals on the planet,
unless you have made the right choice at the right time because you can clearly distinguish between the right and the wrong choice.
But not all of us are blessed with that divine foresight. Take the Chartered Accountancy (CA) course, for example. The preparation to become a CA usually begins at an age when aspirants are still struggling between deciding which coffee to order and whether to order fries with or without cheese.
A famous poet once wrote at length contemplating on a path he didn’t choose in life. Pity that he couldn’t navigate his way online or take help from a personal mentor. As students, we all face the dilemma of coming across a zillion paths and each path looks enticing.
Since we can arrive at only one destination at a time, it is important to understand where you are now.
The life story of CA aspirants can be messy and ugly unless they have access to expert advice as and when they achieve important milestones.
Important milestones of CA
Clearing the Common Proficiency Test (CPT) is the first stage of becoming a certified Chartered Accountant (CA).
CA CPT Facts
- The exam is conducted in two sessions and it is important to appear for both sessions.
- The CA CPT exam is a written test of 200 marks.
- You need to score a minimum of 30% marks in each section and an aggregate 50% marks in all the four papers to clear CPT.
- Every incorrect answer carries a 0.25 negative mark.
Sounds simple, isn’t it? All you need is a score of 50% to get to the next stage – IPCC.
But how many questions should be attempted to get the aggregate score? The CAPrep18 Experts know just the right tricks to help CPT aspirants fetch their dream score.
Watch our video on Tips to Crack CA CPT.