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CA November 2018 Exam Results Announced!

24 January, 2019
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January 23rd 2019 was a momentous day for lakhs of CA students. It was when ICAI announced the results of the CA November 2018 exam!

For CA CPT, CA Foundation, CA Final (both old and new syllabi) exams.

If you are curious about the results, pass percentages and the number of students who attempted the exam, here they are:

 

 Results and Pass Percentage of CA November 2018 Exam

Exam

Number of people attempting the exam

Number of people who passed

Pass percentage

CA CPT

25037

9038

36.1%

CA Foundation

48702

21488

44.12%

CA Final (Old): Group 1

33633

9934

30.44%

CA Final (Old):

Group 2

35655

8348

23.41%

CA Final (Both Groups Attempted)

22514

Group 1 Only

Group 2 Only

Both Groups

Group 1 Only

Group 2 Only

Both Groups

5428

655

3383

24.11%

2.91%

15.03%

CA Final (New): Group 1

6181

884

14.3%

CA Final (New): Group 2

3307

894

27.3%

CA Final new (Both Groups Attempted)

4075

Group 1 Only

Group 2 Only

Both Groups

Group 1 Only

Group 2 Only

Both Groups

542

293

670

13.3%

7.19%

16.44%

 

 

By the way, an additional point to note is that a total of 13909 candidates from the old scheme, and 1060 candidates from the new scheme have qualified to become chartered accountants. Congratulations to these newly minted CAs!

If you are one of these candidates and want to know what to do next, you might want to consider these career options. But before that, celebrate! You’ve earned the right. 😊

If you have not been able to pass, it’s not the end of the world. I know you would be feeling sad right now, but it’s only natural. You might want to look at these tips on how to cope.

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