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Durga Sunar

Durga Sunar

Asked on 15 October, 2018

Total years needed to become charter accountant after 12th

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It will take you roughly 4-5 years to complete CA after class 12th. As you'll have to first clear the CPT test, then IPCC, then undergo a three-year Articleship period, then finally write your Final exams.

Chandesh Yadav

Chandesh Yadav

Asked on 15 October, 2018

According to you sir which stage is the tough in CA

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The Chartered Accountancy (CA) course is a very competitive and prestigious course. Difficulty levels rise with each stage- ie. from CPT to Intermediate to Final. Accordingly- the cumulative pass percentage is the lowest at the final stage. However, if you study hard, regularly and thoroughly, and write your papers well, you can crack the exams.

Deepak Vats

Deepak Vats

Asked on 14 October, 2018

Can we try multiple times for cpt

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Yes. Initial registration for CPT test is valid for 3 years, and you can yearly write two CPT papers- this means total 6 attempts for initial registration. However, you can go about re-validating your registration for another 3 years for a fee of Rs. 300.

Deepak Vats

Deepak Vats

Asked on 14 October, 2018

What all to prepare for cpt exam?

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To prepare for CPT exam- refer to ICAI prescribed textbooks for all four subjects, ie. Fundamentals of Accounting, Mercantile Laws, General Economics and Quantitative Aptitude.

Fathimath Riya

Fathimath Riya

Asked on 14 October, 2018

Can you tell me more about the course CMA and ACCA ?

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Certified Management Accounting (CMA) is the highest level of certification in Management Accounting, awarded by the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), USA. On the other hand, ACCA or Association of Chartered Certified Accountants is a leading International accounting body whose accounting certification is recognised globally, and is considered, in many countries, as equivalent to their local accounting professional qualification.

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