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    Quote Originally Posted by lord_of_darkness
    yea well i think when i come into uni i will have a lot more inspiration *hopefully* and work a lot harder towards getting a CA as i wont be as tied up i think
    It is tough in India b'coz the ICAI in India passes only a limited amount of candidates according to the demand prevailing for the CA's in the market. So out of 50,000 - 60,000 one has to be in the top-500 to become CA and no certain reqd marks as such in the last semester. So i am not sure whether i will be able to get out of it. I don't know the procedure followed in other countries but i am pretty sure that there will be min like 40% marks and so there won't be much difficulty if you have good knowledge of the subject.

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    No, the other arts, History and stuff like that.

    Dunno why its called arts.

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    ^ oh that sounds interesting.. what do you go on to do after that i mean like jobwise

    It is tough in India b'coz the ICAI in India passes only a limited amount of candidates according to the demand prevailing for the CA's in the market. So out of 50,000 - 60,000 one has to be in the top-500 to become CA and no certain reqd marks as such in the last semester. So i am not sure whether i will be able to get out of it. I don't know the procedure followed in other countries but i am pretty sure that there will be min like 40% marks and so there won't be much difficulty if you have good knowledge of the subject.
    yea , nz being i small country i doubt the demand is as huge as it might be there, thats why it might be a lot more easier than india. Also there arent really a lot of people going for that sort of field , and they do need a lot more people going through it.All those factors etc work for the best
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    I don't know what jobs it leads to actually, I just did it because I did much better in those subjects in Bursary than I did in the Maths subjects (got 35% for Calculus )


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    Omg dont scare me bout calculus man.. i seriously need to get some hardcore work done for that..

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_
    I don't know what jobs it leads to actually, I just did it because I did much better in those subjects in Bursary than I did the Maths subjects (got 35% for Calculus )
    Isn't Journalism there in Arts? I thought of doing BA and specialise in Journalism but opted out as my parents and sisters wanted me to do B.com-> MBA & CFA as i have better employment oppurtunities then

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord_of_darkness
    Omg dont scare me bout calculus man.. i seriously need to get some hardcore work done for that..
    Work on it then Reubs b'coz i think you will have it in CA ( Atleast it is in India) .

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    Yes, I think Journalism is in the Arts, I haven't taken that though.

    And more about Calculus, that 35% was scaled up from 16%! :P

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    oh yea ofcourse im going to work hard for it man, because i still want to perform like i would have to say for getting into engineering except i will probably wont work as hard on physics..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord_of_darkness
    oh yea ofcourse im going to work hard for it man, because i still want to perform like i would have to say for getting into engineering except i will probably wont work as hard on physics..
    Physics was the sole reason why i didn't take Maths, Physics and Chemistry (MPC) in 10+2

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    im finding chem a bit hard go too.. dunno why in the world i took it..

    in nz we are allowed to take seperate subjects not like a group so that makes things more easier for us and thats were specialization comes in

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    Ed, what did you specialise in History ? archaeology, museology or archival studies ?

    Reuben, nice chat and nice topic too. Sleep tight and don't let the bed bugs bite ya

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    off to sleep now.. eyes closing at regular intervals..

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    Last semester I did Ancient Rome, Ancient Egypt (really boring, never paid attention in lectures, but somehow managed to scrape a C in the exam) and Europe 1400-1700.

    This semester I'm doing NZ in the 20th century, a slight change .

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_
    Last semester I did Ancient Rome, Ancient Egypt (really boring, never paid attention in lectures, but somehow managed to scrape a C in the exam) and Europe 1400-1700.
    Those are damn boring subjects man



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