News & Updates
We are conducting a live motivation/interaction session for students who attempted CA Foundation exams in July'21 and could not clear them. The session will be held online on Zoom on Saturday Sep18th 2021 at 11.00 AM
Following Faculty for Foundation will present in the session
CA Suraj Lakhotia - Accounting, CA Ashlesha Atal - Business Law, Pavan Kumar MBA & Sriram Somayajula CFA, PGP (ISB) - Maths & Stats, CA CMA Sudha Reddy - BCR, CA Frenil D'Souza - Economics
The faculty will address specific student queries on:
1. What went wrong for students who could not clear the exams in the July'21 attempt?
2. How can students study specific subjects and improve their scores and be on their way to becoming a CA?
3. How to stay motivated and not get depressed?
The session will be largely focused on students speaking out and discussing their preparation strategy and less on subject/topic-specific doubts. Students interested in attending are requested to prepare in advance with their questions/issues. Students are also requested to be open to sharing their marks. In addition, students can post their questions in advance in the comments box below so that we can take them up during the session
Zoom meeting details are provided below - Hurry Limited seats only - this session will NOT be put up on YouTube and will be only between attendees and the faculty.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
I am not attempted the exams in July 2021. But I want to join in the conference because I wanted a more efficient strategy for preparing to CA foundation exam in may 2022. Can I join in the conference?
Sir, I got 49 marks in accounts 44 marks in Business Law 40 marks in maths 59 marks in Business economic Total 192 marks. How can I increase my speed in examination I had attempted 45 questions in maths LR stats, in business Law and english I have attempted only Law, in accounting I made mistakes when I was solving. Just speed matters
For speed, practice is the key. Trying solving and writing more and more questions. And keep a track on whether speed is increasing. Some specific points - - Utilise your reading time well in Paper 1 and 2 to decide the sequence in which you will attempt exam - In Maths, LR, Stats, few questions contain more calculation, you can keep them for last - Give a mock and assess your current speed after every month. I see you missed in aggregate, Don't worry much, but one should have 1-2 subjects which can pull off your aggregate for rest. Best wishes!