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How to study without getting bore?


This problem often seen in students. Students say they get bore after studying for sometime.Here is the method which i applied on my self. This showed a good result.
1. Select a peaceful place with plenty of fresh air.
2.Always use a chair or stool to study as it protects us from laziness and hence from sleep.
3. Select a limited work or pages or topics to be covered in a short span of time. The selected pages or topics should be less than your average speed of reading. e.g. if u can read or learn 8 pages in a hour select 6 for hour.
4. Drink water whenever you feel sleepy. Can also try coffee or Soda containing caffeine and peppermint toffees or chewing . Chewing also keeps brain active by supplying blood.
5.Read and learn as you are not a student but as you are a teacher. Explain each every thing to yourself in the language you like most. Treat nearby area and walls as students.
6. Listen some music after some pages or topics as a reward.
7.For numerical or practical subjects listen some soft music in slow volume along with study.
8.Feel the importance of each and every topic in your life. Try to get examples for each topic.
9. Correlate each topic or paragraph with something. Like while studying something about business try to correlate it with your own business or friend’s business.
10.Make songs or poems of difficult lines you are unable to learn.

:– CA Alkit Jain

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IPCC ADVANCED ACCOUNTING LAST 5 EXAMS QUESTION PATTERN – FROM MAY 2011 TO MAY 2013


IPCC ADVANCED ACCOUNTING

LAST 5 EXAMS QUESTION PATTERN – FROM MAY 2011 TO MAY 2013

Q No

MAY 13

NOV 12

MAY 12

NOV 11

MAY 11

1 a)       EPS

b)      AS

c)      AS

d)      AS

a)      Bank

b)      Undr Wrt

c)      AS

d)      Branch

a)      AS

b)      AS

c)      Bank

d)      AS 20

a)      AS 16

b)      AS

c)      Debtr

d)      Branch

a)      AS

b)      Undr Wrt

c)      Deptm

d)      ESOP

2 a)      Part(convrs) b)      Part(convrs)

a)

a)      Part(dislv) a)      Part(diislv) a)      Part(Amgl)
3 a)      Undr Wrt

b)      ESOP

a)      By Bck

b)      AS

a)      By bck

b)      Debtr

a)      Amlgt a)      IR
4 a)      IR a)      Absrptn a)      Liqdtn a)      Elect co a)      Liqtdn

b)      Branch

5 a)      Inc Com

b)      Bank

a)      Bank

b)      Inc Com

a)      Bank

b)      Elect Co

a)      Dept

b)      Bank

a)      Bank
6 a)      Branch a)      Debtr

b)      Deptm

a)      Branch a)      Liqdtn

b)      Inc Co

a)      AS

b)      Inc Co

7 a)      AS

b)      AS 11

c)      Dept

d)      Partnr

e)      Finl Stmt

a)      AS

b)      AS

c)      AS

d)      Swet Eqty

e)      Finl Stmt

a)      AS

b)      AS 5

c)      AS 29

d)      AS

e)      AS 5

a)      AS

b)      AS 11

c)      ESOP

d)      AS 12

e)      Finl Stmt

a)      Debtr

b)      AS 12

c)      AS

d)      AS

e)      Branch

Prepared By :- LIJU K NAIR – (From ICAI’s Question Paper)

Last time revision topics & common tips ( Accounts – IPCC )


Last time revision topics & common tips
( Accounts – IPCC ) –
1. Solve previous question and examples of
Study material of AS. Specially AS 2,7,9,10,13
( 10-12 MARKS )
2. Amalgamation and once read out journal
entries of Internal Reconstruction. ( 16 Marks )
3. Cash Flow Statement – 8 Marks
4. Bonus Issue & Incomplete Record ( 12-16
Marks )
5. Account current & theory chapter specially
focus on Pre package software topic.
6. Read out Format of Rev. Schedule VI properly.
7. In partnership accounting read question
properly and make sure its not time consuming
otherwise there will be problem in attempting
whole paper.
8. Start each answer from new page.
9. Solve all sub parts of one question at same
place.
10. Make proper formats and headings

TIPS FOR PREPARING LAW EXAM


How to Prepare Law subject

 

1.   Use Scanner from the very beginning. It helps you to recognize which chapter is to be given preference. Prepare a list of Chapter wise frequently asked questions from the Scanner and prepare them properly.

 

 
2.   Try and develop a sense to figure out excess study material from the exam point of view and cross that material immediately in your book. Study Material provided by the institute is not updated most of the times and full of totally irrelevant material/theory.

 

 
3.   If you have time prepare your own notes to learn properly only for important topics along with frequently asked questions solution.

 

 
4.  As per my opinion you shouldn’t ask anybody about the relevance of quoting sections in Exams. It is off course extremely useful in law subjects especially in CA Exams. Try and quote section in your exams without any hesitation. Prepare a special strategy for remembering sections. If you make it a habit now it will 100% pay at the time of your final preparation.

 

 
5.  Don’t play with the language of law specially Definitions. It is strongly recommended to put the definition in the exact language. However you can take slight liberty while drafting your answer in respect of other law language but the context, texture, interpretation and meaning should not be changed.

 

 
6.  Work out on your presentation and writing skills.

 

 
7. Don’t use different notes for one topic. Finalise your notes before starting final Examination preparation and stick with them.   

 

 
8.  10 Days before examination date do not add any new topic in your schedule. Just focus on revision-revision and revision.

 

 
9.  Time saving method: As per my opinion in theory paper you should attempt flat questions first. After that attempt practical problems. Like in Audit or Law first attempt short notes or distinctions etc. In the beginning if you attempt practical problems first then there may be wastage of time in reading the problem twice or thrice.

 

 
10. Make Point & give heading: In other words write your answer to the point. Try and convert the paragraphs in to points and give them a heading like I am giving in this Article. However, if during exam you have no time then avoid this practice. But it’s a very good technique of theory presentation.

 

Use of sections in the CA exams:-


 

Use of sections in the CA exams:-

As per my suggestion student should start writing sections and case laws at the PCC level itself. I would suggest you to make it a habit to remember sections along with case laws as it will surely help you a lot during preparation for CA final or other professional examinations. Section and case law knowledge is also very important for your professional working. It is 100% true.

Keep one thing in mind — write the sections and case laws only when you are 100 % sure, otherwise leave it.

However let me tell you one thing you can easily clear your CA without sections but for me it is all about standards. Now the choice is yours.

NEVER LOOSE YOUR HOPES NEAR EXAMS : CA ROCKSTARS


Hi every one ..
After A long tym i am writing for u all .

please read it will take a few minutes of u all. Specially for those who has their examination next month ..
I know that majority of u are scared of exam . n its obvs ..
m sharing my experience during exam days . like every body i too scared of exams . bt trust me if u work a little hard n dont loose ur hope ..u will definately succeed . There are many students Who loose their hopes just few days before exams , I dont want to use harsh words bt they are the real lossers in life .

Dont think that if u did not revise ur full syllabus or u could not able to complete ur syllabus then u will not able to pass. Trust me in CA final law paper i was able to revise only 50% of syllabus due to fever but i did not loose my hopes i studied till last minutes n see wat happen 80 % of paper was from that 50% syllabus (god only help those who dont loose hope )
N one more important thing, People who think deactivating Facebook or watsapp let them pass ..its really a myth ..For me its a mind fresh ..bt dont get addicted .also pages like us CA Rockstars. updates important tips n topics .which are very helpfull to uh all ..

I hope it may boost ur confidence level . always keep in mind” YOU ARE THE BEST . NO ONE CAN STOP U FROM PASSING THESE EXAMS. EXCEPT UR CONFIDENCE.”
So dont let ur confidence to fall down …
(Share if you found this usefull )
Best of luck to you all 

Regards:- CA Alkit Jain