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Got a negative result and feeling lost? Not sure What Next? Both Groups or Single group?
Results are here, and if your result was negative it comes with a lot of pain and confusion. The biggest question is WHAT NEXT? Both groups or Single Group. This post will help you in DECISION-MAKING.
🤔 Should I go for both groups in the upcoming attempt, or should I go for a single group, if single, then which one?
I aim to help you decide this. I will provide a framework and broad guidelines. Just so you know, my name is Neeraj. I started teaching CA students in 2011.
I've addressed thousands of CA students, and having faced failure in CA exams myself, I understand it can be very tough and confusing. I'm not a rank holder. I teach Income tax, GST, Audit (CA Inter and CA Final), and Strategic Management to CA, CMA, CS, and ACCA students.
First things first, we are all unique. Our circumstances, the way we study and learn, the time available for preparation, and our likes & dislikes in terms of subjects all differ.
Keeping the above in mind, here are brief guidelines for different cases of CA students, applicable for both CA Inter and CA Final students. Note that this decision should be taken as soon as possible. You need clarity on this.
📍Case 1: Appeared One Group in May 23, result negative, no exemption, preparation of another group not started yet - Give the same group that you had in May 23.
📍Case 2: Appeared One Group in May 23, result negative, no exemption, preparation of another group is underway but done below 30% approx overall - Give the same group that you had in May 23.
📍Case 3: Appeared One Group in May 23, result negative, exemption in 1 or more subjects, preparation of another group is underway irrespective of the percentage of completion - Give both groups in November 23.
📍Case 4: Appeared One Group in May 23, result negative, no exemption, preparation of another group is underway and done above 30% approx overall. This is the most complicated case.
You have to make a timeline for yourself and see if you can cover both groups with at least 2 revisions and a mock test in the remaining time till the start of exams. If yes, go for both, otherwise go for only one group.
If you decide to go for one group, which one should it be? I suggest the group you started preparing for after May 23 exams. Remember to be realistic when making a timeline and decision for a single or both groups. Don't get influenced by others - you are unique.
Don't plan to do one group plus one subject from another group; it's better to give one group and score high marks in all subjects of that group.
📍Case 5: Appeared for both groups in May 23, result negative, no exemptions. If your marks are above 360, go for both groups with better preparation. If your marks are below 300, prepare for one group. For those with scores between 300 to 360, you need to assess and decide.
📍Case 6: Appeared for both groups in May 23, result negative, exemption in one or more subjects - Go for both groups for sure.
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I hope you've found this helpful.
All the best. God bless you!
❤️ Neeraj Arora
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