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Passed 12th with commerce.
Are you sure that you want to do it and you have the right traits to do it or go for it?
Hello There! Glad that you approached CareerGuide.com for solving your confusion in your career and I am sure that you must have benefitted from the expert Adhunika Naithani's reply.
Now I would like to suggest you not to get confused ever since I can definitely tell you that CA is a wonderful and golden course. I have been counselling students from the commerce and management stream for many years now and have also been into teaching and writing on career management for years.
Hello Pinky,Welcome to career guide.com
Thanks for visiting to us and writing us your career query.
Congratulations for completing your 12th and good to hear that you have been giving a thought to do CA.
As you have said that you know much of the infromation about CA course how to apply etc.
It seems that you have been having fear whether you will be able to complete the course of CA or not. I would like you to reflect back this question:1.Do you have an interest to study Accounts subject.2.Are you really passionate about CA.3.Are you willing to do the course or giving a thought for the course under someones pressure.
In order to become a CA one needs to be very good with accounts and should have a great passion and determination.CA is not an easy course that can be completed without Hard Work. You need to be completely focused over the CA studies till the time you complete your CA course.If you have decided and determined to do CA course than half of the CA course Journey you have completed.
CA as a profession is demanding profession and have a good career scope. Certified CA professionals are hugely required in the Industries. The Demand is high for CA professionals but Supply is less. Every year around 50,000 CA's are required in the country.
On the Successful completion of CA course sky is the limit for you.
If you find still confusion than i will suggest you to go for career guide. com's career assessment to know where your career interest lies. With this assessment report we will be able to know where your interest lies.
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Well, I appreciate your clarity to do CA and honesty to ask guidance to prepare for CA.
Have positive attitude: The first basic factor towards Cracking CA exam in first attempt is a positive attitude. Have positive belief that you can do it. Someone rightly said, "If you think you can then you can" Never keep fear of failure and just keep positive attitude. Remember: "Change your attitude and you change your world"
Believe in yourself: The most important thing in clearing CA exams is, believing yourself that yes, I can do so. There is no point in having negative thoughts in mind that CA exams are very tough or for that matter that passing percentage is very low. Even if you have failed in earlier attempt or you did not had a great academic record you can still clear it. Have faith in yourself! Remember every attempt is fresh start. A new innings! Visualize yourself that you already have become CA.enlightened Let me tell you it will have a very powerful impact as what can be conceived in mind can be achieved.
Study well with planning: Give yourself enough time for studies and revision from the beginning. This is the most important step in the race of cracking CA exam in first attempt. Prepare timetable for everday study and follow it everyday. In the begining your performance will be down but later you achieve 90- 95% adherence to the schedule. Remember,"If you fail to plan then you plan to fail"
Study strategically: do not focus on one subject in a day. Read relevant subject one after another.For example,study accounts with company law, income-tax with accounting. So you can read provisions of company laws and then work our problems in accounts, audit issues and so on.
Access online resources for CA preparation. There are many websites provide free materials as well as guidance for CA preparation. For example, www.CAcracker.com.
Take admission in BCom: You may join BCom and prepare for CA alongside. Identify difficult topics and seek help to resolve from college professor. BCom is resourceful in preparation for CA. You can use college/university library for the preparation and professor's guidance on certain topics.
Take help of coaching: If required,you may join coaching. Put systematic efforts, I am sure you would clear all CA exams. Coaching will help you get study materials and will guide to refer books by one or two authors so you won't get confused.
Practice writing: What you read will prove futile if you cannot reproduce it on the day. Do write at least 3 test papers of all the subjects before the exam. It will also boost your confident.
Take break from the study: Exercise daily. If you can't exercise then at-least walk in the morning and evening. If possible do pranayama and meditation. It helps relax your mind, body and improve concentration.
Hope this information is useful.
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Best Wishes for bright career,Apurva Kumar, PhD
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