(Use Translate option to read in Hindi)-------------->>How to face ISCA paper:
1. The most important thing is the book you are studying from, most of the students uses authors who are generally lecturers/teachers from leading coaching institutes of India and some of them uses modules/books provided by institute.
2. I would recommend module by the institute and reasons for the same are as follows:
i) The question paper is formed from the institute module.
ii) The questions in the paper are in same language (i.e. combination of particular words and grammar) which is mentioned in module.
iii) The books from other authors simplifies and simultaneously alters the language of question part (i.e. characteristics may be altered to features, goals can be mentioned as purpose etc.) so it makes it difficult to identify the exact question in the exams.
iv) When an author writes a book he uses his discretion /decision making to present the information as important or not so important but actually in ICAI module everything is important. Question can be asked from anywhere.
v) Students find ISCA module is boring and contains complex language but what is important are “ the exact points that are mentioned in answers and not exact description of point”. You will get marks for the exact points and description does not matter much.
vi) Practice module is like life line as it contains summary and important questions with answers so every student must give time to the same. If you don’t have time for main module just give time to the practice module. It can earn you enough marks.
3. In ISCA paper you need to be accurate in your words rather than increasing the volume of answers. It is a myth that if you write more in ISCA you get more marks. Students must focus to understand the question correctly and be accurate in the points that are mentioned in answers. Just remember the points and read the description for understanding.