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    Anjali anju
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    Can I get registered for CPT exam after 10th?

    hello sir/mam
    shall i register for cpt exam after 10th?





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    VEENAMBRUTHA
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    Re: Can I get registered for CPT exam after 10th?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anjali anju View Post
    hello sir/mam
    shall i register for cpt exam after 10th?
    My dear friend ,,,,,,

    After 10th this is not possible to register in ca-cpt. The minimum eligibility for registering into the CA-CPT is you must passed 12th that is higher secondary from any authorized institutes or equivalent.

    You should be passed 12th will be registered into the foundation courses and you should be passed graduation will be directly registered into the intermediate of the CA-CPT.

    So you are not eligible now after passing 12th you will be eligible.




    Common Proficiency Test Details

    -->This the Entry level at which a Student can Start Pursuing Chartered Accountancy

    -->The minimum Course duration as per the Regulation is 2 month[6 month]

    -->Exam are conducted Twice a Year at the Month of June and December every year

    -->One can pursue the course even he/she is Supplementary Passed Candidate at the 10th or 10+2

    -->The Student on Passed the CPT would be taking up the PCC( Professional Competence Course)

    ::::::::::::::::::::::::::Exam Details :::::::::::::::::::::

    -->Objective type Question

    -->Exam is of 4 hours duration divided into 2 Section of 2 hours

    -->Each Section has 100 marks and Negative mark for wrong Answer

    -->To qualify in CPT,a Student has to obtain 50% mark in the Exam

    :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::Syllabus :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

    -->Section I has two parts

    #Section 'A' Fundamental of Accounting(60 marks)

    #Section 'B' Mercantile Law(40 marks)

    -->Section II has two parts

    #Section 'A' General Economic(50 marks)

    #Section 'B' Quantitative Aptitude(50 marks)

    good luck !!!!!!!!!!!!!




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    Vikas hrc
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    Re: Can I get registered for CPT exam after 10th?

    Hi..

    You can register yourself with ICAI for CPT just after passing your 10th.

    But you can give CPT only after your 12th.

    The syllabus of CPT comprises of:-

    1.Accountancy.

    2.General Economics.

    3.Maths.

    4.Merchantile Law.

    The exam is of 200 marks.

    You need 100 marks to pass it .

    The exam is conducted in two sittings.

    Before CPT exam,you will have to apply for it also.

    After passing your CPT,you will have to go through these steps to become a CA:-

    1.Pass both the groups of IPCC.

    2.Go through training of 3 and half years under a CA.

    3.Pass Final exam.

    For any detailed info,you can visit the official website of ICAI.

    The website is www.icai.org.in.

    Best of luck.

    Thanks.

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    frehman
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    Re: Can I get registered for CPT exam after 10th?

    Dear Friend,


    Sorry to say that you are not eligible for CPT after 10th.
    even you can't registered for CPT.


    [COLOR="rgb(255, 0, 255)"]It requires minimum 12th std from a recognized board.

    CPT is an entrance exam for CA.

    So better go for CPT after 12th.[/COLOR]

    ALL THE BEST!!!!!

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    Re: Can I get registered for CPT exam after 10th?

    Yes you can register for the CPT level after 10th standard. But you will have to complete 12th standard to appear for the CPT exam. You need to make the payment of Rs 6000 in form of DD for the CPT level. Make sure you submit proof of completing 10th standard and also date of birth proof while registering for this course. You can submit your 12th mark sheet when registering for the exam. You can prepare for all the four areas of the CPT level along with 12th standard. Preferably you must take the commerce stream as there are many common areas in both these courses.

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