LETTER FORMAT FOR VERIFICATION PROCEDURE


1. Application should be in Students’
Hand Written.
giving detail w.r.t. your Roll Number,
address, Attempted Group, papers
desired to be revalued and attach the
required fees by way of postal order
favour of Secretary, ICAI. Result will
be out in approximately in 30 days.
Chances are low but you can’t say.
2. This application is required to be
submitted with in a month from the
date of declaration of result.
3. The DD Should be drawn in Favor
of
”The Secretary, The ICAI, payable at
New Delhi”
4. The application for Verification of
Answer Book along with the desired
fee DD be sent to:
The Additional Secretary (Exam)
ICAI Bhawan
Post Box No. 7112
The Institute of Chartered
Accountants of India
Indraprastha Marg, New Delhi – 110
002.
Format:
DATE:
From
Mr……………….
C/o …………. Firm
………………….
To
The Additional Secretary (Exam),
ICAI Bhawan
Post Box No. 7112
The Institute of Chartered
Accountants of India
Indraprastha Marg, New Delhi – 110
002.
Sub: Re-verification of answer books
for Nov 2011 Final Examination
Roll No.: *****
Dear Sir,Madam,
In reference to the above captioned
subject it is humbly submitted that
as per the results announced on 18th
January, 2011, I obtained ** marks in
“Financial Reporting”, ** marks in
“Strategic Financial Management”
which were lesser than I was
expecting in this examination.
Therefore I am unsure so as to why
such unfavorable result emanated in
this examination.
It is my humble request to this
dignified office to kindly consider a re
– verification of my answer books for
the aforementioned 4 subjects so
that an inadvertent error, if any, gets
duly rectified.
I am enclosing herewith a Demand
Draft no. _______dated _______drawn on
______bank amounting to Rs. _________
towards the re – verification fees as
per the as per the rules of The
Institute of Chartered Accountants of
India.
I hope my request shall meet with an
approval from your end at the earliest
convenient opportunity.
Thanking you in anticipation,
Yours sincerely

STUDY TIPS FOR CA STUDENTS


  • Be good to yourself.
    • Keep physically fit and rested.
  • Attitude is all-important.
    • Use positive affirmations: “I can pass American History.”
    • Provide your own psychological edge, be it a positive attitude or a “lucky pen.”
  • Be a chronic enthusiast!
  • Used textbooks may provide insights on a course.
  • Sit in the front row;
    • if you must sit toward the back of the room, lean forward.
    • Attentiveness and concentration increase markedly.
  • Don’t miss the first and last minutes of class.
    • They are crucial — important announcements, questions on test, etc.
  • Use a variety of study techniques. 
    • a. Tape chapters (find out if your textbook has companion pod cast chapters). Listen on way to school, work. 
    • b. Use index cards for quick review.
    • Keep them simple. Throw your highlighter away!
    •  
    • Remember: frequent review takes facts from short-term memory to long-term memory — learning as opposed to cramming.
  • Study in short bursts.
    • (First and last facts are remembered best; therefore, it will accelerate learning.)
  • Review notes immediately after class.
    • Even for five minutes.
    • Something magical happens!
  • Review your notes out loud.
    • Read your chapters out loud.
  • Appearance raises grades.
    • Neatness counts.
    • Word processors are a plus.
    • If a handwritte assignment is acceptable, use erasable pen.
  • Don’t waste time rereading.
    • Rely on “pen in hand” and SQ3R.
  • Test professors before they test you.
    • Ask questions about what kind of test to expect,
    • what material will be covered.
  • Become an expert test taker.
  • Go with initial hunches.
  • Stay with initial hunches. 
  • Study according to your biological clock.
    • Are you “normal,” a night owl, or an early bird?
  • Eliminate stress in your life.
  • EXERCISE is the best antidote.
  • Make extra credit mandatory.
  • Never miss a class.
    • This is considered mandatory by “A” students.
  • Be prepared to bail out.
    • Don’t be afraid to drop a course that is not working for you., BUT be aware of all official dates to withdraw and any vital state legislative restrictions ( Texas has a limit on total number of W hours.)
  • Volunteer to edit a friend’s paper.
    • Use it as a learning experience.
  • Study smart—not hard!
  • Time management skills and discipline pay off.
  • Stay mentally, physically and spiritually fit. Image