CPT Exam Pattern for December 2014 session may help you in understanding an overview of the exam. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) will be conducting CA CPT for December 2014 on December 14, 2014. Candidates appearing for CPT December 2014 may find here the basic information regarding CA CPT December 2014 Exam Pattern.Latest: Check CA CPT 2016 Result for December exam here
Common Proficiency Test shall be conducted in 164 centres across India.
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Common Proficiency Test Pattern for December 2014 – Candidates appearing for CA CPT in December 2014 session will be provided a question booklet comprising multiple choice questions in both English and Hindi medium.
The objective questions shall be covering the four sections, including Fundamentals of Accounting, Mercantile Laws, General Economics and Quantitative Aptitude. While the first session will commence from 10:30 am, another one will begin at 2:00 pm.
Each session shall have two sections, the first shall cover Fundamentals of Accounting and Mercantile Laws and the second section shall cover General Economics and Quantitative Aptitude. There shall be one and half hour’s time-break between each section.
Candidates will have to appear in both the sessions on the scheduled date.
CA CPT 2014 Subject-wise marks – You can find below the weightage of sections.
Fundamentals of Accounting
In order to qualify, Common Proficiency Test, candidate need to secure a minimum of 30 percent marks in each section and a minimum of 50 percent marks in the aggregate of both sections.
Note: No candidate in any case will be allowed to appear in CA CPT for December 2014 session without a valid CPT December 2014 Admit Card.
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