Take This Quiz & Predict Your Score in the coming CA CS or CMA Exam!
  • How important it is for you to pass the exam in this attempt?
  • What percentage of course you have finished well so far roughly?
  • How many hours you study in a day?
  • How many times you have revised the topics you have finished
  • Have you taken online or pen drive or live class from a renowned faculty?
  • What percentage of the classes you have watched?
  • Have you attempted mock tests or practice tests yet?
  • Are you planning to attempt mock tests conducted by external bodies- ICAI, ICSI, ICMAI or other institute?
  • How many tests you have taken?
  • Did you manage to finish the test papers on time?
  • Are you strictly following study material provided by the exam conducting authority such as ICAI/ICSI/ICMAI/Other Body?
  • How is your health in general?
  • How is your food habit?
  • Any interest in yoga or exercise or play sports regularly?
  • Planning to sleep well nights before the exams?
  • Planning to have light food and water before exams?

Awesome Tips For More Marks In CA exams

Awesome Tips For More Marks In CA exams


CA Top  Rankers advises to Pass CA Exams

Final 1st Ranker MAITREYEE:

CA top ranker Maitreyee advises: “Keep your cool!”

MAITREYEE Narayansingh Rajput, who hails from Panchal, a small village in Maharashtra, stood first in the CA Final Exam. Daughter of retired high school teachers, she did her schooling in Ratnagiri and completed her education in Pune and Kolhapur. She shares her journey of success.

Suggested reading:

  • Direct Taxes: Vinod Gupta
  • Accounts (Accounting standards): D S Rawat & M P Vijaykumar
  • Indirect Taxes: Dipak Gupta
  • Law: Munish Bhandari
  • ICAI practice manuals
  • ICAI publications (Recent circulars, notifications, case laws, suggested answers and RTP)
  • Coaching class notes

 Final 2nd Ranker Arti Jain:

I didn’t expect such a high rank. I was confident about clearing the exam but never expected to secure a second place. I logged on and saw the result but did not notice the rank. When my friends called me then I realised that what I had accomplished!

Suggested readings:

  • Munish Bhandari for Law
  • Bangur & Bangur for IDT
  • The Institute’s Study Modules & Practise Manuals for all other subjects

Final 3rd Ranker Charmy Suresh Sheth:

based Charmy who bagged the third rank in the CA Final Exam, belongs to a family who relates well to financial jargon. Quick tips from her father, a tax consultant, and her siblings who are practicing CAs, helped in acing the exam. Her go-getter attitude reflects not only in her academic record but also in other aspects of life. Read on to find more.

Suggested reading:

  • ICAI Study Modules/Practice Manuals
  • Advanced Auditing and Professional Ethics: VK Agarwal
  • Corporate and Allied Laws: Munish Bhandari

How to improve Concentration for CA Exams:

Improving concentration…

  • Study in a quiet place that is free from distractions and interruptions. Try to create a space designated solely for studying.
  • Make a study schedule that shows what tasks you need to accomplish and when you plan to accomplish each task. This will provide you with the structure you need for effective studying.
  • Try to study at that time of the day you work best. Some people work well early in the morning, others late at night. You know what works best for you
  • Make sure, you are not tired and/or hungry when you study. Otherwise, you won’t have the energy you need to concentrate. Also, maintain your physical fitness.
  • Don’t try to do two tasks at the same time. You won’t be able to concentrate on either. Concentration means focusing on one thing to the exclusion of all else.
  • Break large tasks into series of smaller tasks that you can complete one at a time. If you try to complete a large task all at once, you may feel overwhelmed and will not be able to maintain your concentration.
  • Relax; it’s hard to concentrate when you’re tense. It’s important to relax when working on a task that requires concentration. Meditation is helpful to many students.
  • Clear your mind of worrisome thoughts. Mental poise is important for concentration. You can get distracted  by your own thoughts. Monitor your thoughts and prevent yourself from following any that take you off track. Don’t daydream.
  • Develop an interest in what you are studying. Try to relate what you are studying to your own life to make it as meaningful as possible. This can motivate you to concentrate.
  • Take breaks whenever you feel fatigued. There is no set formula for when to take breaks. You will know when you need to take a break.
  • Studying without concentration is like trying to fill a bucket with water when the bucket has a hole in its bottom. 

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