Common Proficiency Test
A person can register for CPT after completing Grade 10 and take the exam after completing High School (Grade 12) and complete graduation for commerce.
It is an objective type examination and consists of 200 multiple choice questions. CPT covers four basic subjects divided into two sections viz.
Every incorrect answer on the CPT exam carries a 0.25 negative mark. A candidate is required to secure a minimum of 30 per cent marks in each Section and a minimum of 50 per cent marks in aggregate, in all the four Sections to pass the Common Proficiency Test.
CPT exams are held in June and December
CPT Result is declared in the month of July and January. June exam's result is declared during 12–20 July and December exam's result is declared during 12–20 January.
But with effect from 3 August 2012, CPT is exempted for the Graduates, Post Graduates and the students having equivalent degrees. Commerce graduates with 55% and other graduates with 60% can take direct admission for IPCC.
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