For some students, theory subject like
Corporate and other laws, might seem a daunting task. However, scoring 60+ is
not that hard as it seems to be. There are few general and few subject specific
points you need to keep in mind while preparing for this theory subject.
The first and foremost thing you need to do is study the
corporate and other law book in depth. You can select any book you are
comfortable with, but make sure to go through it in depth and revise it at
least 2 times before moving on to the next step. Studying in depth is the most
important part of this procedure, if not done properly, all other steps might
not yield results.
Make notes. You might think of this as a general advice, but it
really helps a lot in theory subject. Writing practice helps you in memorizing
the clauses and topics.
Try to remember the sections, it might not be important at this
level, but it can help you cast a good impression on the person in charge of
checking you answer sheet. This can have a great impact in overall marking of
the paper. But make sure that if you are mentioning the section number of a
law, it should be 100% correct. It’s better not to write, rather than writing
Your answers should be precise. There is absolutely no point in
beating around the bush. The examiner will figure out if you are writing the
answer just for the sake of filling the sheets. Quality matters over quantity.
Attempt mock tests and figure out your weak points. Try to
improve them by revising the concepts again. Take a mock test series like the
ones offered by PREPCA which provide you with an answer-wise detailed
assessment report (ADAR) so that you know your mistakes and don’t repeat them.
Expert guidance via the PREPCA Mentor Me program (details available on their
website) also help you in understanding how ICAI want your answers to be.
I hope this answer helps you in your
of luck for your future.