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Rule 1 - Don't panic:

Remember that you are not required to score 90% or above (this is not CBSE exam). Even if you do not know any question or part of question, just relax. Do not panic at all.

Rule 2 - Attempt all questions:

Never leave any question unanswered. Attempt all questions. Be cautious of time-management.

Rule 3 - Read carefully:

- Read carefully what is exact requirement of question? Answer what is required.
- Do not answer what is not required by question.
- If the question has multiple requirements - answer all requirements.

Rule 4 - Write carefully:

(i) How to answer Practical Question?

Use following format:

COMPUTATION OF TOTAL INCOME / TAX LIABILITY / GST LIABILITY


Particulars

Working Note No.

Amount

 

1

 

 

2

 


Working Notes:

(1) __________________
(2) __________________

Keep in mind that Working Notes carry marks. Always mention brief working notes / assumptions. It's better to mention working notes separately under the heading “Working Notesâ€ï¿½. Don't include Working Notes in the Main Answer.

(ii) How to answer General Theory Questions / Narrative Question?

Use following format:

(a) Write the opening paragraph (It is very easy. You can extract from the language of question)
(b) Narrate / Explain the provision of law

(iii)  How to answer Case-Study/True-False/State with reasons/Statement Validity Question?

Use following format:

(a) Write the Issue / Statement (It is very easy. You can extract from the language of question)
(b) Write the relevant provision of law
(c) Apply the provision of law to the Issue / Statement given in question
(d) Write your conclusion (like the Statement is True - False / Valid - Invalid)

Note: Please try to write keywords, legal words to the extent possible


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