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2 essential skills you need to ace CA/ ACCA in first attempt

Jan 2, 2021 / by hammad /

Follow this advice if you really aspire to become CA/ ACCA Let me take you back to when you were 18 years old and exploring career options, I am sure you must have heard about Chartered Accountancy (CA)/ ICAP when looking at accountancy qualifications. So, what was the first feedback or opinion you heard about CA? ‘nahi hota ye... View Article

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Scope of CA in Pakistan

Nov 9, 2020 / by hammad /

Scope of CA in Pakistan: Chartered Accountancy is an accounting degree that primarily focuses on the audit and assurance, financial accounting and reporting, management accounting, and applied finance or taxation. Chartered Accountancy is an ideal qualification for young inspiring accountants. The designation of a degree holder for chartered accountancy is equivalent to the CPA in United... View Article

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10 Reasons to Choose an Accountancy Career

Oct 19, 2020 / by Mohsin Raza /

10 Reasons to Choose an Accountancy Career 1. You’ll be in-demand No matter where you live or how the economy is doing, there is going to be a need for accountants because governments and all types of businesses continually need accountants and bookkeepers to manage their budgets, deal with taxes, do financial reporting, complete audits…and the... View Article

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Getting Students to Engage with Course Readings

Jul 29, 2020 / by Mohsin Raza /

                                               (Maximizing Student Engagement with Course Readings) Have you ever struggled to get to do required readings? Do you treat them as optional? Perhaps you do the readings, but when you are asked... View Article

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Pandemic, Virtual Class & Professional Growth

Jul 27, 2020 / by Mohsin Raza /

To ensure professional growth, you must keep stepping forward in an appropriate direction with conviction to achieve long-term goals on continuous basis. But in Pandemic situation, what should you do to keep you up on the same track as in normal situation in order to meet your commitments? As time always goes on the same... View Article

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Different Ways to Advance Your Accounting Career

Feb 29, 2020 / by Mohsin Raza /

#ReadingIsFundamental Accountants are far ahead from record-keeping tasks. They can add value more than this in the field of accounting. Record keeping tasks are just for data entry operators. But unfortunately, due to unemployment in our economy, commerce graduates are ready to do record-keeping jobs while they could serve much more than this and even... View Article

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What Leads a Person To Meet With Failures In Life After Knowing The Goals and Targets?

Feb 21, 2020 / by Mohsin Raza /

#ReadingIsFundamental It is only by keeping behind the energy, talents, capacity (which could be achieved by practicing more and more if somebody lacks), and the ultimate decision (to act accordingly). How…? Nobody plans to get fail, but eventually he/she gets failure. Why does it happen? Is it a matter of being unlucky or a matter... View Article

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How to Look After Yourself During Exams

Feb 18, 2020 / by Mohsin Raza /

When you are stressed, as is often the case around exams, your body will find it harder to fight off infections or to manage as normal. You need to give it all the help you can. Make a Study Plan & Schedule In Time Off Find the study times that work best for you and... View Article

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How are ACCA exams marked?

Feb 14, 2020 / by Mohsin Raza /

Typically, a three-hour ACCA exam carries 100 marks – that means 1.8 minutes per mark, so an attempt at a 25-mark question should be completed within 45 minutes. After the allotted exam time is up for any question, you must move on to the next question – even if this means that the answer itself... View Article

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Failed ACCA Exam? These 5 steps will get you back on track

Feb 10, 2020 / by Mohsin Raza /

Every year and in each attempt many candidates of ACCA fail to succeed in their exams. On average only 40% to 50% of the candidates successfully pass their examinations. The remaining 50% to 60% of the candidates have to face the shame of failure. There can be many reasons for this failure. Rather than a... View Article

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