The Certified Management Accountant (CMA) intermediate and final examination results for the July 2023 session will be released by the Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICMAI) on September 26 as per reports. Candidates who took part in the CMA examinations in 2023 will be able to obtain their intermediate and final results via the official website, icmai.in. To view the results, candidates must enter their CMA registration number and password.
Those who are dissatisfied with their results will have 30 days from the date of the CMA 2023 results release to request a verification of their CMA answer books. Candidates who are keen on applying for book verification services must pay a charge of Rs 250. In the case that an examiner error is found, the marks for the participant will be corrected appropriately, and the verification fee will be refunded. The authorities will carefully verify the answer books for any inaccuracies.
The institute had declared that the upcoming CMA intermediate and final examinations will take place from December 10 to 17.
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ICMAI CMA FINAL 2023: PASSING CRITERIA
The CMA final exam was divided into two groups, each of which included four papers and 100 marks. To pass the CMA final exam in 2023, candidates must score at least 50 per cent in the aggregate and 40 per cent in each of the subjects. The subjects covered in the CMA final exam include corporate laws and compliance, strategic financial management, strategic cost management-decision making, direct tax laws and international taxation, corporate financial reporting, cost & management audit, and a few more.
ICMAI CMA INTERMEDIATE 2023: PASSING CRITERIA
Depending on whether they are taking the single-group CMA Inter exam or both groups, Candidates must obtain a minimum score of 50 per cent overall and 40 per cent in each subject to be eligible for the CMA intermediate exam.
With 5,327 applicants passing the intermediate examination in 2022, groups 1 and 2 as a whole had a 15.06 per cent overall pass rate. 4,805 out of 25,159 applicants in Group 1 passed, while 3,357 out of 13,823 applicants passed in Group 2.