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What are some motivating tips for taking the CA Intermediate | CA IPCC and clearing all subjects?

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Hi I want to know, What are some motivating tips for taking the CA Intermediate | CA IPCC and clearing all subjects?

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Hello, you may try these tips for your exam. 1. **Plan your preparation** and set dedicated time lines- some of the subjects may be interrelated, read them one after the other 2. **Use Scanner**: Check the pattern of questions asked in the previous examination and the weightage of chapters in the syllabus. 3. Look for a few questions which are repeatedly asked 4. **Make your own notes** while preparing. Scribble in your books, underline important points, make small pointers 5. Cover the study module 6. Focus on conceptual understanding and co-relations among various topics. Don't focus on memorising, but understanding and analysing the topic 7. **Cover latest (6 months prior to the examination) amendments**, they are extremely important. Update yourself through the departmental websites as the books would not contain these updates 8. **Pick up questions from scanner (every chapter) and try solving them regularly** 9. **Read the concepts thoroughly**, practice them regularly and be confident in the examination 10. **Keep yourself motivated,** don't let anybody's comment get to you 11. No need for panic in examination. **Have faith in your hard work. Be confident**. Look at the question paper and try to find out your best prepared question to start with 12. **Read difficult questions again and again, try to concentrate rather than feeling stressed** 13. Don't spend too much time on any question. **Time management is the key** 14. **Eat well, sleep well and study well.** 15. **Don’t forget to make short notes, wherever needed.** This will help you during revision time. And All The Best for your exams. Thanks & Regards

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