You know possible weightage of topics You've read all the questions from practice manual
You've revised many times. But Still Why !?
Today, I'll guide you towards exemption...
All you've to do is understand this article completely and implement it in your preparation time. Many students don't know how to start exactly
1. The Art of Learning
Many students read theory in a completely wrong way There's a systematic approach
- Read Basic Theory First and Correlate it with Landmark Judgements
- Try to understand logic and legality of the content
- You may find remembering technical words difficult. But practising with those words makes it easy.
- Try to test your knowledge by writing down learnt things.
Wait a sec, I've not said about the way of writing answer🔜
2. Master the skill of writing ✍️
Never write your answer in a single paragraph Don't let poor time management kill you
- Write down the answer in sub-heads. Legal Provision, Analysis of Facts, Conclusion are the best heads for dividing answer.
- Write down the answer to the point and in points.
- Practice completing answer with respect to time-weightage ratio
3. The art of preparation
Preparation is nothing but making yourself ready for war 🤺 Only practice manual isn't self-sufficient
- Refer ICAI Study Material to learn concept more precisely.
- Practice Previous Year Question Papers and respective suggested answers. This helps you to understand examination pattern.
- Attempt RTP and Mock Test papers to evaluate yourself.
- Monthly Student Journal helps you a lot in your preparation.
There's one final thing. The art of inducing examiner to award you more marks.
4. Perfect Presentation = Pucca Exemption ️
Inducement of examiner doesn't mean bribing or requesting him. I mean impressing him....
- As there's no rule of writing in sequence. You can start writing answers to those questions you're 100% sure
- Write answers to questions like distinguishing and difference by creating columns. This gives your answer a professional look
- Writing section is not compulsory, but you should try to remember all important sections. Make it as a habit from day one️
- Writing Landmark Judgement Or quoting relevant case will beautify your answer
- Commence your answer to each question and sub-question on a New page ️
- Start your answer on a new page with a big size of writing like
- "Answer to Question No."
- You may underline the relevant provisions or main points
- Never use short forms like ROC, CG, AGM, CLAT etc.,
Read question carefully and understand what examiner needs
Don't forget to utilise % of your time to write % marks
Release your pressure and stay confident. All the best for your preparation
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