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Puja Jain (CA Finalist) (67 Points)

23 June 2014  

Is practice manual sufficient for CA Final ISCA??


 12 Replies

Rakesh (executive) (192 Points)
Replied 23 June 2014

No....practice manual does not contain entire sylabus....

Roshan A (Chartered Accountant) (458 Points)
Replied 23 June 2014

Agree with above.You need to know a lot of things which are there in Study material but not covered in Practice manual

Shameem khan (Article Assistant) (80 Points)
Replied 23 June 2014

Not sufficient for exam bro u should refer study mat or other writer book to get good marks in exams

CA Saroj Kumar (Keen to learn something new every moments)   (2588 Points)
Replied 23 June 2014

For better marks

i just sharing my experience by following which i got 58. 

Tick out al the points wise in study material from PM, and the remaining points tick out from past year question patter. and read only topic wise dont go for entire syllabus. 

By following points wise u will be able to conslidate more question preparation rather then studing and entire syllabus and making story in exam. 

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Rakesh (executive) (192 Points)
Replied 23 June 2014

how much past year question saroj kumar....

JAINENDRA JAIN (ACS/CA) (1668 Points)
Replied 23 June 2014

Take insti mat as primary module and than go with pm for few chapyers and revision.

CA Saroj Kumar (Keen to learn something new every moments)   (2588 Points)
Replied 23 June 2014

Originally posted by : Rakesh
how much past year question saroj kumar....

max 5 year......

CA Mihir Kulkarni (Student) (666 Points)
Replied 24 June 2014

Haha ! At CA final level knowledge is also important. Dont be so much exam oriented. Study from Dinesh Madan book, its easy to understand and retain. This should be supported with practice manual. All the best :-)

RAMESH SHARMA JANGID (CA FINAL ) (243 Points)
Replied 24 June 2014

Tick out qn from pm in module. Nd reffer atleast 1 extra book

rahul (Chartered Accountant and CS Prof.)   (5470 Points)
Replied 24 June 2014

Refer Manish Valechha for ISCA. its size is equal to pm but it covers whole sm plus pm.  It is the best selling book for isca. Well written, easy to learn n best for exam..  You can get 60+ marks easily.  No need to refer SM. 

For moredetail visit @ www.cabooksonline.com

 

Dinesh madan is not recommended for isca. Students are not getting even 40 marks with madan sir book. Study mat is also not easy to learn. Very difficult to revise.. 

Saurabh Maheshwari (B.com,ACA) (5908 Points)
Replied 24 June 2014

Institute's Practice Manual plus Study material (only selceted important topicsfrom study mat.) are sufficient for ISCA....In last 8-10 attempts almost 80% papers is from Practice manual..... See , ISCA being very technical subject ....the institute asks mostly  from practice manual because it covers almost 175 questions and remembering them in technical language is bit difficult .....so whatever reference book you pick up  donot forget to cover prac. manual(thoroughly) and infact one day before exam only prac manual can be revised....... Note-Pls compare questions asked in May 2014 from prac manual... 
 

dhiraj panday (Student) (45 Points)
Replied 24 June 2014

Refer only one book....skip practice manual and other book....bcz total 8 subject and at exam time only 1 day for revision..and its not possible to attempt those questions which is not revised in the same time ..its doesn't matter that u revised isca syllabus2 or 3 time before starting ca final exam

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