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CPA Skill assessment for Accountant (General)

Amazon

Newbie
Messages
4
Points
3
Skill
221111
SC
189
I have the following questions. If someone can answer them, will be greatly appreciated.

1) I have some missing subjects as per IPA for my skill assessment as Accountant (General). Is there any solution to cope with the requirements for a suitable assessment ?

2) Do IPA deduct any period from skilled employment to satisfy the educational requirements for skill assessment ?

3) What is a good point score to receive an invitation for this profession ?
 

MysticRiver

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Do IPA deduct any period from skilled employment to satisfy the educational requirements for skill assessment ?
I guess not, but wait for others' replies as I don't have a deep knowledge on IPA.

Tagging @rameezcfa, he might offer his view as he's from the same skill.
 

rameezcfa

Regular
Messages
129
Points
18
MSA
2016-05-17
Skill
221111
SC
189/190
Point
80/85
EOI
2018-03-16
Inv.
2018-09-11
App.
2018-11-15
PCC
2018-10-30
HC
2019-02-09
I guess not, but wait for others' replies as I don't have a deep knowledge on IPA.

Tagging @rameezcfa, he might offer his view as he's from the same skill.

Hello, well i don't think so that's the case. they mention the competence areas and ielts as part of the assessment. i am not confirmed though that any experience would count as part of study area as in the case of ACS ASSESSMENTS. moreover, IPA/ICAA/CPA they all count expeirence only post degree. so this way i believe this way that any pre degree expeirence would automatically be counted as voluntary.

i hope it helps.
 
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MSA
2016-05-17
Skill
221111
SC
189/190
Point
80/85
EOI
2018-03-16
Inv.
2018-09-11
App.
2018-11-15
PCC
2018-10-30
HC
2019-02-09

rameezcfa

Regular
Messages
129
Points
18
MSA
2016-05-17
Skill
221111
SC
189/190
Point
80/85
EOI
2018-03-16
Inv.
2018-09-11
App.
2018-11-15
PCC
2018-10-30
HC
2019-02-09
I have the following questions. If someone can answer them, will be greatly appreciated.

1) I have some missing subjects as per IPA for my skill assessment as Accountant (General). Is there any solution to cope with the requirements for a suitable assessment ?

2) Do IPA deduct any period from skilled employment to satisfy the educational requirements for skill assessment ?

3) What is a good point score to receive an invitation for this profession ?


hello

well currently if u want quick invitation then u need 85 points for 189. if u have 80 points then may be in 6-8 months u will receive invitation. if someone has 75 points in 189, then he/she should forget about any invitations at all.

thanks
 
MSA
2016-05-17
Skill
221111
SC
189/190
Point
80/85
EOI
2018-03-16
Inv.
2018-09-11
App.
2018-11-15
PCC
2018-10-30
HC
2019-02-09

ErL3419

Wanderer
Messages
26
Points
3
MSA
2018-10-04
Skill
233511
SC
189
Point
75
EOI
2018-10-04
Inv.
2018-10-11
App.
2018-12-08
PCC
2018-10-25
HC
2018-12-17
Grant
2019-03-08
IED
2019-10-22
Sorry this is OT, why do accountants require very high points? too many applicants?
 
MSA
2018-10-04
Skill
233511
SC
189
Point
75
EOI
2018-10-04
Inv.
2018-10-11
App.
2018-12-08
PCC
2018-10-25
HC
2018-12-17
Grant
2019-03-08
IED
2019-10-22

rameezcfa

Regular
Messages
129
Points
18
MSA
2016-05-17
Skill
221111
SC
189/190
Point
80/85
EOI
2018-03-16
Inv.
2018-09-11
App.
2018-11-15
PCC
2018-10-30
HC
2019-02-09
Sorry this is OT, why do accountants require very high points? too many applicants?

many applicants, hence more competition.
 
MSA
2016-05-17
Skill
221111
SC
189/190
Point
80/85
EOI
2018-03-16
Inv.
2018-09-11
App.
2018-11-15
PCC
2018-10-30
HC
2019-02-09
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