Most of the students start studying for CA-CPT very early, but for those who are not that invested in the timetable for studying, here we discuss what’s the pattern to study for the exams; merely months before the date.
Sacrificing meal time and sleep is not a smart solution. There are study patterns that will fetch you great results for a 30-day period.
The best way to study is subject by subject and not by studying every subject divided by hours of your day. This technique makes you proficient in particular subjects and saves you a week or two for revisions.
Following are the patterns you should study for exams for these subjects…
This subject consists of two sections which are General Mathematics and Statistics respectively. This sounds intimidating but it is actually understandable and manageable multi-sectional subject.
Writing down all the topics and if you can, write them in an order of from complex to simple. Start learning the complex concepts first as they take the most time, simpler one is mostly only a revision away from being totally grasped by students. Practicing accordingly will save you time and efforts that you would’ve wasted while trying to learn everything at once.
This will result in the increase of self-confidence and that is more important than you think. Studying with the same pattern for 8 hours a day with full dedication will fetch you results like never before. The time saved can be used for revision and practice the formulas of the subject.
Keep in mind that Mathematics is a subject that depends on practicing. The more you practice, the more you learn.
Economics requires a pupil to understand its concepts. If the concepts of Economics are clear in the mind of the student, it’s very easy to grasp and write on paper. Contradictory to popular belief, Economics is actually an interesting subject.
Spending 4-5 hours a day to remember the most important points which carry a higher probability to appear in the exam is a technique that will serve you well if you want good marks. Keep reading and memorizing the concepts and the idea behind economics as it takes time to settle into your brain, but when it does… it turns itself into better grades. Devote 5-6 learning days for Economics for better results, keep the rest of the time for revision.
The other branch of Economics, Microeconomics is a bit harder to understand and it carries more complex concepts. There’s a reason why it is more complex because the questions spun a web from different directions around you and wrap you in confusion.
Study accordingly for both MICRO and MACRO and receiving great scores will not be an issue.
If you have a habit of writing down everything you study, keep it up. The concepts we learn by writing ourselves stick inside our mind and help us in the long run. Even after the exams.
This is one interesting stream that attracts the eyes of its students. It is quick to read and understand it is easy and it stays in mind for a longer period than most of the subjects.
While studying for this subject, understand the ways it describes the cases. The cases carry every aspect you should know about this subject. It comes without a surprise when we hear that this is one of the most loved subjects of CPT students.
Spend 9-10 days on this subject and see how that works out for you. The methods it teaches for suing are sound and tested.
Revising it will surely help.
Collecting a decent book of Accounting and starting right from the bottom is the best idea to grasp all the significant points with little or no efforts.
Students from science stream should learn the aspects of debits and credits and the equations that follow them.
Accounts need a bit of your extra time and dedication to help you get all the concepts. Lets’ not forget that Accounts is basically math, so you will need practice in this too.
Give it 8-9 hours a day for the rest of the remaining days of the month (excluding a week for revision). Accounts depend on practice and clarity of your concepts.
Some Essential Tips for Students: –
- Sleep is important, and so are breaks between your schedule.
- Use guides and answer books for the better understanding of concepts and assure your answers as well.
- Write down everything you learn; it stays in the memory that way.
- During revision, follow the same pattern you followed when you were studying the subject. Adjust the time period according to the days remaining.
- Revise previous year’s question papers and learn the probable questions.
- Don’t shy away from asking teachers or friends for help, sometimes you need someone else to teach you something.
Following the above steps and the tips just shared you can achieve great scores and clear all your exams with the satisfaction you always desired. We wish you all the luck in the world, and if you forget the pattern we just shared, jump back onto this article and meet us again.