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ekta (student)     24 April 2013

Very urgent

Frnds plz tell me I have made plan for attending xam…so just check out if my strategy is correct or not…and rectify me if its wrong

Here it goes :-

In xam I will first read out all questions from starting acchi tarah chahe it CROSSES READING TIME ALSO,IF IT TAKES 45 MINUTES TO READ OUT,I WILL KEEP ON READING JAB TAK KI BEST POSSIBLE QUESTIONS SELECT NA HO JAYE and not roughly ki sirf nazaro se dekho…if it is REQUIRED I will read the question and try to solve it roughly or in my mind or in calce so that I can select best possible questions,I have categorized questions as below:-

A  – jo mujhe 100% aata hai

B – jo mujhe below 100% and above 90% aata hai

C – jo mujhe 50% above to 89% aata hai

D – jo mujhe 1 to 50% aata hai

E – jo mujhe bilkul nahi aata

I will do questions from A category (A category wale saare questions)then B category then C category then D and E…I wont apportion time that haar question krne ke liye mujhe kitna time devote krna hai..dats not gud fr me bcoz jab mujhe 100% qustn aata hai pehle wohi hi to karugi….

 



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sujithsatyavarapu

sujithsatyavarapu (student)     24 April 2013

Dhimak karab hota hai aaise ..xam mey jo atha hai vo lekho..tym waste math karo....All da best

(Guest)

Keep it simple............ don't make soo many division like A, B, C, D, E....... it might create a problem in exam since your main focus will shift from answering the question to biforecating it in different category.........

Mohit

Mohit (CA)     24 April 2013

Ekta bitiya..... Ekta Kapoor ke serials ki tarah lamba mat karo.... Keep it short. All the best.

ekta

ekta (student)     24 April 2013

but sab yahi kehta hai ki pehle wo questions karo jo tumhe aate hai...i agree on dat...pura paper read karne ke baad hi to pata chalega ki tumhe konsa question aata hai...

Mohit

Mohit (CA)     24 April 2013

Yes but puraa paper padhna mein 10 min bhi nahi lagta... Reading karte samay u can judge which qn is easy and whcih qn is tuf right.... so mark it then n there...

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Go green

Go green (ICAI)     24 April 2013

Originally posted by : ekta
 it CROSSES READING TIME ALSO,IF IT TAKES 45 MINUTES TO READ OUT,I WILL KEEP ON READING 

45 minutes! That's a joke right?

Nilesh Ajmera

Nilesh Ajmera (Student CA Final )     24 April 2013

Hey,

 

I have completed my 1 year of articleship on 16.04.2013.But before completion i asked for transfer to my employer but he denied and said i will give u termination and that will also not on paper.

 

Is there any clause by which i can restart my article ship from the very first day......

under another employer...

 

Please its really very urgent

Lakshy

Lakshy (Semi-Qualified C.A. PGDFM BCom.)     24 April 2013

Ekta,    Keep reading everything at equal weight age. Because at last you will satisfy your self that I have read everything. Next thing is that you know MARGINAL THEORY OF UTILITY, when you read one question you know better it will add more in the next step of reading than earlier read. Therefore you don't need to read it by giving extra time or allocating in A,B,C,D etc. It will save time and saved time you can allocate for the questions which you are getting difficult to understand. By giving time to such difficult questions you will getting slightly gain in understanding the concept and improve your confidence. Listen to me, confidence level is most important. Don's be afraid for reading each and every question. It is only for passing of wee time of your entire life which is very important.   Just read every question one by one, marginal theory of utility automatic apply and you will get improvement in your study.            Regards.

 

 

 

k santhosh keerthi kuna

k santhosh keerthi kuna (article)     24 April 2013

hey hai ekta i heard that we have to etempt maximum no. of questions wether it is 100% or 50% but the no. of questions matter so plz answer maximum no. of questions you know but dont waste time in attempting the question in ful fledged ................all the best :-)

CA Suraj Lakhotia

CA Suraj Lakhotia (IndigoLearn)     25 April 2013

Keep it simple. Read the paper within fifteen minutes and quickly choose the order in which you would attempt the paper. If you do a detailed analysis at the time of exam, you will lose precious time. 

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