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nidhi halan (c.a final student) (52 Points)

16 May 2014  
I have read almost all the chapters of ISCA from practice manual apart from few. Have I taken a risk ???

 11 Replies

rajeev (nnnone) (222 Points)
Replied 16 May 2014

No. Practise manual consists of almost allquestions. Nothing is perfect, however I also prepared cafm , tax from practise manual should I made a good choice or I'm in risk ?

Gaurav (ca student) (748 Points)
Replied 16 May 2014

Yes , as ISCA syllabus is limited to 10 chapter only then we should read all ch. from study mat.

PM does not cover all topics

 

nidhi halan (c.a final student) (52 Points)
Replied 16 May 2014

But the questions are mostly repeated in ISCA and they are all covered in pm. And Rajeev u have done tax only from practice manual or u have used it as a reference ???

Sathish M (Management Accountant) (40571 Points)
Replied 17 May 2014

Sir, when ur exams are just round the corner, try to think positive with what ever resources that is at your disposal. It's not the time to ask is this or that enough. The real question is with whatever I have studied, how much am I able to remember, recollect and reproduce in the examination hall. That's what matters now, rather than posing questions that may rattle your confidence. Just believe what ever you studied is sufficient and you will be able to score well. Best of luck.

Sathish M (Management Accountant) (40571 Points)
Replied 17 May 2014

when ur exams are just round the corner, try to think positive with what ever resources that is at your disposal. It's not the time to ask is this or that enough. The real question is with whatever I have studied, how much am I able to remember, recollect and reproduce in the examination hall. That's what matters now, rather than posing questions that may rattle your confidence. Just believe what ever you studied is sufficient and you will be able to score well. Best of luck.

Ritzz (CA Final - Article ) (365 Points)
Replied 17 May 2014

Guys I was under the same impression that PM is enough for ISCA.

 

The fact is that PM is not enough to even score 40 marks. Module has to be done at any cost. 

 

So if you have done PM properly then you need to give some more time to complete other topics from the Module. 

 

In short, relying only on PM for isca is similar to gambling. Beware.

rajeev (nnnone) (222 Points)
Replied 17 May 2014

Nidhi I have done tax study from girlish ahuja and now practising from pm. I am practising cafm from practise manual, is this enough to practise.

rambo (1) (167 Points)
Replied 17 May 2014

Yea. Even I have done isca from practice manual ,rtp and mock test questions.

rambo (1) (167 Points)
Replied 17 May 2014

I think practice manual may be sufficient and but in any case we should not lose our self confidence and have a faith in whatever we have done.

mayank agarwal (CA fianlist BCOM(H) CS student )   (577 Points)
Replied 19 May 2014

This is not the time to read new book , just be confident and pray to God . Everything will be fine .

 

Jay ho .

Rahul (Student) (395 Points)
Replied 23 February 2017

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