The Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICMAI) has issued the admit card for CMA Foundation, Intermediate and Final December 2019 exam today, on November 28, 2019. The exam admit cards are available for download online at icmai.in. CMA exams are scheduled to be conducted from December 10-13 for CMA Foundation exam and from December 10-17, 2019 for CMA Inter and Final exam.
The direct link to download ICMAI admit card 2019 is examicmai.org/emsweb/m_courseexamadmit.aspx. As per reports, at 2 pm today, the option to download admit card for CMA Foundation, Inter, Final Dec 2019 was made available on this link. Around 4 pm, the page started crashing, and few candidates reported that option select December 2019 exams was removed. It is speculated to be a technical issue and the matter is expected to be cleared up soon.
To download ICMAI admit card 2019, candidates need to visit the official website of ICMAI, icmai.in. On the homepage of the website, click on the tab titled “Students” and then click on the tab “Examination”. In the next window, on the left side, you will have to click on the link which says “Admit Card”. Next, choose the exam for which you are appearing for and then enter your 12-digit registration number. Click on the “Print admit card” button to submit the details. Finally, download and take a print out of the ICMAI CMA admit card and carry it on the day of the test.
On the day of the test, candidates have to carry a hard copy of the CMA admit card and identity proof which is issued by ICMAI. Also, along with it, you need to carry a valid id proof like Aadhaar card/voter ID card/driving license etc. The admit card contains important information of the exam like exam date, timings, address of the test centre, reporting timings, etc. Candidates must report at the allotted test centre as per the schedule mentioned on their admit card.
ICMAI recently postponed the exam for Foundation, Inter and Final Dec 2019 exam for Jharkhand state only. It has been postponed due to assembly election there. The exam has been postponed for December 12, 2019, for Ranchi (315) & Hazaribagh (328) and for December 16, 2019, for Bokaro (304) and Dhanbad (308). The exam for such candidates will now be held on January 07, 2020. The scheduled of examinations in all other examination centres will remain unchanged and will be conducted as per the schedule.
At the time of the examination, candidates are recommended to first go through the question paper and select the questions which they can most easily answer first. Generally, a candidate has about 60 minutes to answer for 100 marks after deducting time for question paper scanning, planning answering sequence, personal relaxation time etc. Hence, a candidate can allot at least 1.5 minutes per mark.
It is best to solve theory questions in the end in case of numerical subjects as these can be answered correctly in shorter periods quite often. Do bot forget to provide Total columns where applicable in accountancy and costing, state narrations to journal entries in the case of accountancy, state currency in subjects such as costing and accountancy, state necessary assumptions and notes wherever possible. Reserve at least last 5 to 10 minutes for revision of answer sheet. During this time, candidates can identify and rectify blunders that might have been made and change them.