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01 November 2007 / Allison Plager
Pass your CTA exams with the help of some expert advice related by ALLISON PLAGER

Yes you've heard it all before: read the question answer the question leave enough time write clearly. These old adages and countless others have been part of examlore for time immemorial and for good reason.

The point is that to gain success in any exam 11+ and upwards it is important to understand and be an expert in exam technique and the Chartered Institute of Taxation's CTA exams are no different.

You may feel that you can develop your tax career unaided by this gold standard tax qualification many have and do but increasingly in a competitive world qualifications can make the difference between getting that position that leads to the dizzy heights of success and not getting it.

Tax recruitment consultants all say that the CTA is a huge advantage in job hunting.

Let's do it

So you decide...

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