Every CA aspirant thinks that failure in examinations only because of
- Lack of Preparation.
- Prepared well but unexpected question paper.
- Lack of proper presentation
- Improper selection of questions/proritisation.
- Inappropriate time management
- Bit nervous in exams
- Incorrect understanding of questions.
- Attempted well but examiner was not satisfied with the answer
- Answer may good but not aligned with the KEY
However one of the painful reason we missed out from aforesaid list for Failure/ Success in assessment of canididates, i.e Marks may increase or decrease for section of candidates or paper or papers at discretion of ICAI in order to maintain the PASS percentage as per regulation.
Please refer the FAQ in ICAI portal
Question: I applied for certified copies of my evaluated answer books and received them. I notice that the marks awarded on the answer books are different from the marks on my mark sheet? Why is it so?
ANSWER: In terms of Regulation 39(2) of the CA Regulations 1988, the Council of the Institute may, in its discretion, revise the marks obtained by all the candidates or a section of candidates in any particular paper or papers or in the aggregate in such manner as may be considered necessary, for maintaining the pass percentage provided in the regulations. The term “section” used in the above mentioned Regulation refers to the category of the candidates whose answer papers are valued by an examiner and such other category of candidates as may be specified by the Council. Marks awarded on the answer books are the marks given by the examiner, based on the actual performance of the candidate. Marks given on the mark sheet include marks awarded in terms of Regulation 39(2) mentioned above.
“plan well- prepare well- attempt well” with the high targeted marks. No body can change your result even after screening like above.
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