Besides attending the CA IPCC Coaching classes on a regular basis, just a few more simple habits can help in becoming the topper of the CA IPCC examination. Chartered Accountancy (CA) course is considered to be a very prestigious and dignified professional course, which any commerce student can pursue for. But, it is a tough and challenging professional course that will need a lot of effort to qualify. Many coaching centers are there to help in achieving success. There are three levels of CA examination out of which the second level that is named as the IPCC or the Integrated Professional Competency Course is the most challenging one. Only those who have scored the qualifying marks in the first level can sit for the second stage. To stand out as the topper of IPCC examination may seem improbable. But, there are some habits that can help one to top besides going to the CA IPCC Coaching classes only. Just remember two things, first one is that nothing is impossible if one has confidence and the second one is that practice makes one perfect. If one practices daily, follow a few formulas and make these their habits then the highest marks won’t be difficult at all to obtain.
For the admission to the Chartered Accountancy course, CA Classes in Kolkata along with CPT entry-level examination are a must. By passing the 10th class by filling the CPT registration form, a student can register for the test, by submitting the required fee. Known to be tough, CA being every commerce student inspiration is a hard level. For the ability to do the course, the CPT examination tests the students for aptitude. Students can sit for the examination after 12th standard, though the registration begins after class 10. For three years, the registration remains valid after which one has to go through the revalidation process. Before the first day of the month in which CPT examination is to be held, a candidate who has got the CPT registration can appear in the CPT exam to be held in the respective months. There are four sections of a single paper, which is included in the CPT exam carrying a total mark of 200 marks. While the Mercantile Law consists of 40 marks, Fundamental economics consists of 50 marks, Quantitative aptitude consists of 50 marks and general economics consists of 50 marks.