Sir I am a science student I am interested in CA I don't have any knowledge about accounts so can I write 12th exam of commerce

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    Amar Kakaria | Contributor-Level 8

    8 years ago
    Yes. You can certainly do it.
    Please go ahead with full confidence and success will be yours.
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    8 years ago
    Dear SunithaYES you can change your stream from science to commerce after 12th by opting for B.Com or rather opting for professional degree like B.B.A or B.C.A. And as for facing problems in commerce section after 12th you may face a little difficulty under accountancy but that is not a problem it needs a little attention and concentration, but it is not that much hard, and for the rest subjects they can be managed quite easily. After B.Com you can do CA. But with my personnel experience if you are changing your stream just for market trend and not with your interest then you should not opt for commerce but if you have passion for commerce an... view more
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    Pinky Arora | Contributor-Level 6

    8 years ago
    You can go for Ca, its just that you have to work hard for the same. Thank you.

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