This is such a common question that crosses a majority of aspirant’s mind while preparing for CA Intermediate exams and any other exam as well. And as a matter of fact, many students leave a certain number of topics while preparing for the examinations. But before you do this just ask yourself one question – Is ICAI going to do this as well? Will they only ask questions from certain topics and not from others? You should not predict the examination pattern by yourself. This is a very bad habit that many students tend to adapt and this ultimately leads to failure.
The CA course is designed by the ICAI with thorough research and dedication. And it is designed so, as they want all the aspirants to have an in-depth understanding of all the topics and concepts so that when the students step into the professional world, they can face each and every challenge that comes their way. So before if you even think of committing this mistake, give this article a good read. It will surely help you in your preparation.
We know that the syllabus for the CA Intermediate exams is quite lengthy and it can be sometimes hard for the candidates to finish each and everything before the exam. But this is where the planning comes in. One thing that you should always keep in your mind that leaving any topic before the exam is a very big mistake.
Just think of it once. Suppose you leave topics like Standard Costing and Company Audit before your final exams and a majority of questions in the examination are asked from these topics then what are you going to do. You’ll be sitting in the examination hall helpless and wishing you hadn’t committed this mistake and read it all thoroughly. You don’t want to be in that scenario. You’ll end up spoiling that paper as well as the further examinations that are lined up after this.
Having a proper planning on how you are going to study each and everything before the examinations is a must. Make a proper timetable and follow it religiously. It is very important before beginning the preparation of any examination to make a proper timetable. Divide your time before the exam in a way that it covers all the subjects and there’s still time left for revision of each and every subject. Don’t make a timetable that you can’t follow rather make a realistic timetable that you can follow positively. To achieve success, proper planning of how you are going to prepare for the examination is very important. By following a timetable, you will find yourself more organised. You will also be able to determine your weak points and strong points and then you can work accordingly too.
Another important thing to keep in mind while preparing for your CA Intermediate exams is the importance of staying positive throughout the preparation period. Don’t take unnecessary stress. It’ll only worsen your condition. If you can try meditating for a few minutes. It’ll help in increasing your concentration power and will also help you retain more things in your mind.
Hope it is clear to you now that leaving any topic before an exam is a very bad idea and you should stay away from it.