My Experience in Registered Valuer Exam

 I Passed the exam with bright colours. I thank the Almighty and my parents for the blessings.

My humble submission to pas the exam is as follows:  

1. Understand the concepts by reading thoroughly and by listening experts through webinars time and again. It is concept based exam.

2. After one or two reading, attempt at least 100 questions at a time without seeing the answers i.e., by way of making table in A4 Size Paper, 8 columns and 25 rows. Verify yours answers with you have. Wrong answers should not be more than 10 to 15. Clear your concept on the wrong answers and attempt again.

3. Right your doubtful answers at the plain paper and review these again, if time permits.

4. Attempt case studies in open office, (a software like MS- Excel, used by the NISM) time and again. A skip of small step results in wrong answers.

5. Valuation Examination is never easy, it will be of middle standard or high standard.

6. If you know the answer 50% YES it will be of middle standard and if you do not know the answer at all, it will be of a high standard.

7. Do not attempt the questions which you do not know the answer i.e. of high standard – leave it. Complete guess work will not help at all.

8. In case the examination is of middle standard you should leave minimum of 10 marks questions and in case of high standard you should leave minimum of 15 marks questions.

9. To be on safer side, you should leave questions of 10 to 15 marks because incoming marks are 1 and outgoing marks are 1.25.

10. Before one day or two of appearing for the exam, you should brush up your reading with  latest (recent) examination appeared questions, available in shared groups. This exercise will help in getting good marks because repeated questions are appearing.

11. One case study received in exam which I read before a day of the exam.

12. Take your single memory calculator with you. It remain handy for the small sums.

13. Speed matters because case studies consume time to conclude a right answer.

14. Write the exam with full confidence with positive attitude.

15. Best of luck for your exam.


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Qualification: CA in Practice
Location: MUMBAI, Maharashtra, India
Member Since: 24 Apr 2022 | Total Posts: 28
IBBI Valuator for Financial Instruments Retired Banker having an experience of 30 years in advances, Recovery and compliance. Consultant to the Banking Matters Flair to the Audit, Assurance and compliance works worked with Asset Reconstruction Company as consultant Visiting Lecturer on Bankin View Full Profile

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