HOW TO PRESENT YOUR ANSWER IN EXAMS

How to Present your Answer in Exams

> Your first impression on paper passed to examiner by your way of answering a question.

> Remember you are not present while your answer sheets are getting checked by examiner. So ensure that what you want to convey is reaching properly to examiner.

HOW TO PRESENT YOUR ANSWER IN THEORY EXAMS :

DO’s & DONT’s

> Do not write your answer in paragraph form. It really become monotonous for examiner to check your answer in paragraph forms.

> Try to present your answer in points form to the extent possible.

> Don’t forget to impress the examiner with your very first answer only.

> Remember it’s about quality & not quantity.

> For examination like Auditing, Taxation and Laws- Do not mention the section no. If you are not sure. Mention only when you are sure that it is correct.

> Start every new answer with a fresh page by quoting the question no. in the middle of your answer sheet at the start of page.

> Avoid unnecessary cutting & scratching your answer.

HOW TO PRESENT YOUR ANSWER IN QUESTIONS INVOLVING LEGAL PROVISIONS :

> Provision applicable – You have to mention the relevant section no. If you dont remember the section no. Kindly
mention as per the relevant provisions of ………. Act.

> Facts of the case – State the necessary and relevant facts as mentioned in question.

> Explanation – Explain your answer in accordance with the above mentioned facts. Add Case Study if you are able to relate it with the facts of the case.

> Answer – It is just for a conclusion for all the things you have written above. It should be brief and concise.

> Suggestion – Mention other relevant information, if any.

HOW TO PRESENT YOUR ANSWER IN QUESTIONS NOT INVOLVING LEGAL PROVISIONS :

> Introduction – You have to state the brief concept related to which question has been asked. You just need to explain in 2-3 lines.

> Requirement – Focus on the requirements of the question and
answer it accordingly. Remember its the quality which grabs you marks and not quantity. So don’t waste your time and efforts in mentioning non-relevant information.

> Conclusion – Write appropriate conclusion that you have drawn on the basis of the requirements of the question. Just 1-2 lines would be enough.

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