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To pursue CA, the candidate must have passed the +2 level of examination in any stream conducted by a recognized institute. After qualifying the +2 level of examination, candidates are eligible to write CPT(Competency Professional Test) conducted by ICAI.

Eligibility for exemption from CPT.

Commerce graduates with 50% marks
Non-commerce graduates with 55% marks (without maths)
Non-commerce graduates with Maths with 60%.


The CA course has been divided into three stages.
Competency Professional Test (CPT)
Professional Competency Course (PCC)
Final Course
Practical training prescribed by ICAI
100 Hours of Information Technology Training
3½ years of articled training
General Management and Communication Skills Course

For further information, please visit the official website of ICAI.

All the best..................
Dear Concern!

You can easily take admission in CA. There is no such issue of having maths as a subject in your 12th.

But yes, after taking admission in CA , you have to study Maths for CPT.

Further many of the mathematic concept will apply in CA course in its second level & third level. You need not to worry, you will slowly & steadly understand all the concepts & methedology. You only need to have strong determination.

Best Regards
Mayank Chopra
CA, B.Com(H)

Stay happy & bright
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Chartered Accountancy course has a great scope. It provides you lots of opportunities. Do not fear about it. Be confident, It is not as much tough.. T
ry to finish your syllabus of cpt before min 2 weeks before exams.
Then start practicing from the question banks provided by institute or even reputed CA publishers.
Try at least 3 model papers per day. Whichever questions which u feel very uncomfortable,unambiguous; circle that in question paper or copy them along with answer in separate copy. Revise that in the night before cpt exam.

best of luck.
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CA does not require maths , but ICWA requires maths knowledge.

Why CA has better prospectus than ICWA inspite of easyness? I saw somany persons doing CA/CWA ,most of them are facing difficulty in passing ICWA than CA.? And Persons who registered for both CA and ICWA simultaniously are compleating CA earlierthan ICWA. ICWA is more difficult than CA. See percentage of pass ICFAI - 45%, CA- 10-15% ,CS- 8-10%, ICWA -2- 3% . And Persons who registered for both CA and ICWA simultaniously are compleating CA earlierthan ICWA. Number of CAs1,50,000 & ICWAs 30,000, CA pass % far morethan ICWA. CA syllabus lessthan ICWA ,But CA has more recognition. CA syllabus is lessthan ICWA But CA has more prospectus and opportunities. Cost accountants are also called Management Accountants all over the world in UK , US, Canada and even in Pakistan and Bangladesh also. Why that recognition is nt given by Indian Govt? The institutes of UK , US, Canada etc have recognised ICWA is equelent to their Management Accountancy and an ICWA can be the member of their institutes , why Indian govt is not accepting this. Even for name change also govt is not ready ( after BAC recommendations). ICWA syllabus is more. ICWA has Operations Managemet and Project Management , additional papers along with all papers of CA.
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As you have done 12th in commerce stream, look for some good career options in commerce field as specified above and side by side you can pursue your interest such as acting course or theatre .To know more about yourself, check out your psychometric assessment report as offered by
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Hey Ayush,

It is great that you are expecting 90% marks in your boards, with this score you will get some good colleges for B.Com also.
If you are confused between CA and B.Com see where your interest lies and what your future plans are. CA being a professional course will be a little tough than doing a B.Com. But you can find great opportunities after that as there is a huge demand for CA’s.
Though you can do both the two together also but CA being a really tough course it is advised that you do your graduation in correspondence and focus more on your CA.

Best Wishes!
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HI Sunil

Its a very important decision to choose a career after +2.When making your choice be sure to choose a career that suits your skills as well as your interest. If your cousin is really interested in ENGG she should try again , majority of the students do not make in the first time . So there is absolutely no reason whatsoever to lose heart she should try again

All the Best
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Dear Siddharth,

You have ample of options right in front of you. To make it simple for you without maths except engineering you can go ahead with most of the popular careers be at CA or MBA. Yes without maths you can do CA and also write CAT to get into MBA colleges.

I recommend you to go through below few articles which would help you further identify what is best for you:
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Hi Farasha,

Don’t be depressed over not clearing the exam. Though you might be feeling bad and I can really understand what you are going through. Being a school topper and then failing in exams in which people who were far behind you have already cleared the exam, it feels really bad. It could also be because you are into two things together like you are doing Bcom also along with your CA. But it is only a Phase of time and it will definitely pass, you just need to have confidence in your abilities and your potential and I am definitely sure that you will crack the exam the very next time. I would say don’t step back after preparing so much for it. Don’t be sad and don’t ever mind what others say, just keep on doing what you want to and once you succeed in it people will not be able to say anything. Every one has hopes with you and remember one thing that people have hopes only from the person they think that has caliber.

As far as other courses are concerned, you will have to complete your graduation at least to do the courses. I would say clear your CA first and then think of other things. Just go for your ipcc exam and I am sure that you will qualify the exam if you have your focus at the right place.

Good Luck!
Do wright me back when you qualify the exam.
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