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Number of attempts for ipcc

RANGARAM S (IPCC Student/Share Trading)   (155 Points)

13 September 2011  

Hi ,

I wrote IPCC exam in May 2010. After that I have a gap of 3 attempts. I am willing to write the Exam in 2012.

Is it possible to write the exam without re-registration. How many attempts are allowed 

Thanks & Regards,

S.Rangaram

 

 


 18 Replies

Naveen.N (student) (1020 Points)
Replied 13 September 2011

Yes it is possible to wirte the exams in 2012 by paying only exam fees.

The validity of ipcc is upto ICAI makes any changes in the Scheme.

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RAKESH (Almost CA) (2199 Points)
Replied 13 September 2011

For IPCC 5 attempts are there to try ur luck .

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RANGARAM S (IPCC Student/Share Trading)   (155 Points)
Replied 13 September 2011

Thanks for the reply. Is it total 5 attempts (starting from your registration). or no. of times appeared in the exam

CA Rajat Jain (CA) (1672 Points)
Replied 13 September 2011

5 attempts r thr

Mukesh Kumar Singh (CA-FINAL) (4094 Points)
Replied 13 September 2011

For IPCC 5 attempts are there to try ur luck .

amol gupta (CEO) (34 Points)
Replied 13 September 2011

after 5 attempts one has to get registered again or what??? pls expalin?

Prashant Kumar (Article Clerk at Darya Ganj Delhi)   (75 Points)
Replied 14 February 2012

Hi friends, you need not to worry about no of attempts in CA IPCC or PCC because there is no any limitation on no of attempts because your registration is valid for 5years. There is no any limitation of 5 attempts. I have confirmed from icai. Just prepare for next exam. All the best..........
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Suraj Khandelwal Saha (none) (28 Points)
Replied 04 November 2013

Sir I hav registered for IPCC on August 2011 and Ipcc was due on May 2012. I gave my IPCC in November 2012 after that I am giving this November 2013.....But If I don't appear for IPCC November 2013 then can I appear for May 2014???

Please Reply

Jithin (Learner) (1057 Points)
Replied 04 November 2013

Originally posted by : Suraj Khandelwal Saha

Sir I hav registered for IPCC on August 2011 and Ipcc was due on May 2012. I gave my IPCC in November 2012 after that I am giving this November 2013.....But If I don't appear for IPCC November 2013 then can I appear for May 2014???

Please Reply

Dear Suraj, IPCC registration is valid for 4 years..So u can definitely appear in May 2014 exams without any problem. Actually upto May 2015 exams, u can appear for the exams witout re-registration. The need for re-registration arises only for Nov 2015 exams onwards. But thats a long time from now & I'm sure u will clear before that : )

Suraj Khandelwal Saha (none) (28 Points)
Replied 05 November 2013

Sir I have completed 80% of my accounts syllabus and rest of the subjects I haven't completed not even 50% of the syllabus. So can you please advise me whether to sit for the exams or not.

Jithin (Learner) (1057 Points)
Replied 05 November 2013

Well, with less than 50% completion of the syllabus, the most likely result will be that u will fail. But if u skip this attempt, the end result will be effectively the same. Even if u don’t appear for the exams, this attempt will be counted. So its better you write the exams this Nov. Also u mentioned that u have completed 80% of the accounts portion. U do have a chance to score an exemption in accounts. If u hv completed 80% of the accounts syllabus of both grp 1 & 2, then write both groups so that u stand a chance to secure exemptions in both the accounts papers(remember, u will get exemption in a paper only if u attempt all the papers in that grp). Further, by attempting this nov,u will get a feel of the exams. That experience will definitely help u while writing the exams next May. What u hv to do is just revise whatever u hv studied upto now. Dont study anything new.

 

Since u hv studied only 50% of the portion, it is likely that in most subjects(except accounts) the marks for which u can attempt shall be in the range of 40-60. But don’t get disheartened by that. Write whatever u know in the best possible manner. Actually the exams this Nov will be an indicator of where u stand & where u lack. For example, if u score 30 out of 60 marks attempted in company law, that means ur way of preparation is good. U have to just prepare the whole portion of the company law in the same manner. Similarly, if u get only 15 out of the 50 marks attempted in taxation & u believe that ur preparation for the portion which u attempted in the exams was reasonably  good, that means u are lacking somewhere..maybe in the way u answered the questions(without preparing working notes) or there is some other issue..What I am trying to tell u is that by attempting this Nov, u will get an overall idea of how good u can perform in the exams..& on the basis of that, u can improve urself for the May 2014 exams.

 

So go for it dude. Give ur best & lets see what happens. Anyways writing the exams this nov isnt going to hurt u in anyway. So All The Best.

 

Regards,

Jithin

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Ajay Srivastav (none) (25 Points)
Replied 07 November 2013

Sir I have give yesterday IPCC accounts exam....but because of becoming sick in the exam center i attempted 40 marks and submitted the paper. Moreover I have 20% prepration for rest of the subjects. So I am thinking of not to give the rest of the papers. In that case whether i will be able to give exam in May 2014?? and what will my marksheet show???

please give a reply

Ajay Srivastav (none) (25 Points)
Replied 07 November 2013

Sir I have gave yesterday IPCC accounts exam....but because of becoming sick in the exam center i attempted 40 marks and submitted the paper. Moreover I have 20% prepration for rest of the subjects. So I am thinking of not to give the rest of the papers. In that case whether i will be able to give exam in May 2014?? and what will my marksheet show???

Please give a reply

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Jithin (Learner) (1057 Points)
Replied 07 November 2013

Hi Ajay, ur marksheet will show "Fail" as the result..for accounts, d marks u got wud be shown. For other subjects, the fact that u were absent wud be indicated.

 

Why not..Definitely u can attempt next May..The only thing u hv to ensure is that at the time of May exams, u have a valid registration(registration validity is for 4 years from the date of registration). In case ur registration expires before the exams next May, u hv to just revalidate the registration, which is a very simple procedure. 

 

Get well soon..& no need to call me sir..Just call me Jithin : )

 

Prepare well & give ur best next attempt.  All the best for May 2014.


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