CA Intermediate MCQ Notes

It is usual for CA students to treat CA Inter MCQs casually. The common assumption is that “they are really easy” and so may be looked at the last minute. It is true that MCQs have only 30% weightage and may be answered quickly when compared to dominating subjective questions; yet, dismissing MCQs would most likely be the largest error that a CA inter-student can make.

What most students don’t understand is that CA Inter MCQs play a key role in the entire test framework and are the best approach to pass your exam.

In contrast to subjective questions, which are tested in all papers, objective-type questions (MCQs) are only assessed in four papers. If you have fully prepared in

 

Which all subjects have MCQs?

Multiple-choice questions (MCQs) are being introduced. How are MCQs graded?

The test question paper pattern for the CA examinations in 2021 has been issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). The CA-Intermediate exam will now feature four exams, each with 30 MCQs out of a possible 100. The following papers will have MCQs worth 30% of the total marks in a question paper.

 

Paper

Number

Subject Name Division of Marks Download
2 Corporate Law and Other Laws (100 Marks) 30% Objective (MCQs) 70% Subjective Click
4 Taxation (100 Marks) 30% Objective (MCQs) 70% Subjective Click
6 Auditing and Assurance (100 Marks) 30% Objective (MCQs) 70% Subjective Click
7 Enterprise Information System and Strategic Management (100 Marks) 30% Objective (MCQs) 70% Subjective Click

 

These are the four papers from which you will get 30% of your objective questions. They are, of course, further subdivided into themes and topics.

Many of these questions will be case study-based, making them extremely practical in nature. As a result, it is critical that you comprehend every facet of these papers in order to perform well on your MCQs.

 

Quick Hints

Here are some simple hints to help you prepare for your MCQs:

  • Start with a positive attitude. Answer the questions you are certain about first, then go on to the ones you are less certain about.
  • Change the speed. In MCQs, speed is essential. However, in order to be quicker, you must practice a lot. You should be able to examine the question and find the correct answer more quickly.
  • True/False Questionnaire. When answering the questions, practise the True/False exam. When you figure out the incorrect responses, you will finally find the correct solution.
  • Read thoroughly. Last but not least, you must attentively study the questions because the solutions are most often concealed inside the questions.

If you follow these steps, you will be able to effectively answer the questions in a short period of time. Remember to practice as often as possible since it will make the entire procedure simpler.