About This Course
Entuze's CPT Practice + Mock Tests is a comprehensive test practice program designed for anyone who plans to appear for the Common Proficiency Test (""CPT"") conducted by the The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (""ICAI"") twice every year, in June and December. Qualifying the CPT is the first step for candidates to become a Chartered Accountant in India.
Our offering includes subject wise and topic wise quizzes, practice tests and mock tests with more than [ ] questions with detailed explanations - covering Fundamentals of Accounting, Quantitative Aptitude, Mercantile Law and General Economics.
The tests are organized in a weekly study schedule using the Learning Path feature. For each topic, students should attemp the quizzes and review the correct answers with explanations. In the 3 month period preceding the CPT exam date, students should take subject specific as well as full length mock tests. The Learning Path feature, other than outlining the plan for the current week, also provides a backlog of quizzes and tests that a student may have missed in the prior weeks and needs to catch up on.
Our question papers have been prepared by professionals and industry experts including practising Chartered Accountants with deep understanding of the subject areas and years of experience.
Topics you'll learn and practice
Ratios, Equations, Inequalities, Permutation & Progression, Set Theory, Limits & Continuity, Differential & Integral Calculus, Probability, Statistics, Correlations, Regressions.
Introduction to Economics; Theory of Demand, Pricing & other concepts of Microeconomics; Macroeconomic overview of Indian Economy.
Fundamentals of Accounting:
Principles of the Basic Accountancy Practices; Financial Statements including Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statements; preparation of Final Accounts for Sole Proprietors and Partnership and Introduction to Company Accounts.
The Indian Contract Act, The Sales of Goods Act & Indian Partnership Act.
Who can take this Course
Students in Grade XII or first year of graduation (B.Com).
Students can appear for the CA CPT exam only after completing the Grade XII Board examination.