What is the roadmap for getting Rank in CA Final?
Ofcourse, for getting a rank you need to study hard with proper planning and proper revision... However.. Some don'ts and do's I will suggest you are... Don't exhaust yourself... Study but upto a limit... Don't eat junk food... Eat healthy.. Exercise/Meditate regularly.. Always remember... A healthy mind lives in a healthy body.. At last, always be determined to get a rank... Don't get demotivated with what others say... Trust yourself...!
Hie Pranesh... Roadmap of getting rank in CA final is quite simple as your destination is fix...All you have to do is work very hard and with a proper planning map. Devote your time to each subject properly and focus more on institute books. Try to solve previous exams papers.with proper determination and hardwork one can get rank in CA final.
Hello Dear, Your question is about How to get Rank in CA final exam. Dear frn you are required to work at hard with due Care . you must need to study minimum 9 to10 hours during the day/ night. you must need to study with smartest way for covering whole syllabus of the course for securing rank in the exam. Best of luck for preparation.
HI Pranesh, Though I just clear CA Intermediate | CA IPCC first group,BT I read many things for CA FINAL studies. First I will say read book seven laws for clearing CA FINAL BY CA Nitin Soni. Read out blog www.nimishgoel.com here u will get road map to get rank in CA final. I AM sharing with u CA final ranker Harsh bhattad view -how she achieve rank- So here it is..... It is not possible to give tips, strategies, motivation to soo many people through messaging, watsapp, facebook, calls, gmail, etc! please understand..... Sorry all CA students, their parents and all concerned for the delay I have been getting enquiries from all possible sources for guidance, tips, strategies etc.... Hope this helps.... It is truly said that nothing succeeds like success! All India Rank 10th in CA Foundation | CA CPT, 23rd in IPCC and 3rd in Final made me believe that dreams do come true! Have faith in yourself and in your dreams, be prepared to work hard and smart, rest will be taken care of… I owe this success to two beautiful ladies in my life – my mother and sister… I cannot think of anything without them! Studying for CA exams is a lot different than in college or high school. I study by reading a lot more than I ever have. My overall study method: During articleship period I just concentrated on office and classes. I preferred an integrated approach to study. I studied for 10 to 12 hours from Jan to March and in the months of April and May I studied for 15 hours a day! It is so important for me to review everything as I go along. It is impossible to do well if I cram it all in last minute. I make outlines, and write out the key terms. I look at my notes sometimes during the weeks. My biggest secret is my PLANNER!! I would die without it! I write everything in it and cross it off when its done. It gives me a sense of accomplishment and makes me get things done and remember to do them. How I study for multiple subjects: I designate times to study for each. I decide which subject needs more attention, and I focus more time on that one. I also take breaks in between. Nobody can study for 5 hours straight without going crazy! I have to get up and walk around, or go running, or paint my nails or something to give me a break from studying every once in a while. That way I will be totally focused when I am studying and not so tired and crazy that I don't understand what I'm reading. It was a hard habit to break from school and college! Here are my final words of wisdom for students who want to get better grades: Find a strategy that works for you and stick with it! Everyone is different. Books I referred - Accounts - Susheel Bhandari sir's notes, module and practice manual SFM - Srivastava sir's notes, module and practice manual Audit - Rachana Phadke Ranade mam's notes and practice manual Law - Module (only for companies Act), Munish Bhandari handbook, practice manual Costing - Subodh Shah sir's notes, module, manual ISCA - Swapnil Patni sir's notes and module DT - Vinod Gupta's notes IDT - Vishal Bhattad sir's notes and Bangar notes
You should work hard from the very begining of your coaching period.Try to complete atleast two subjects during your coaching period only. and during the preparation period you can concentrate on the remaining subjects. selection of subjects depends on your wish. Try to read the topic dealt in the class after coming to home so that you will have full clarity about the topic .