1. Dhina Lieva David
Naaahhhh! How I wish! It is my long time dream, to be a CPA, and I know it’s imposible. I am not an accountancy graduate so I 100% have no chance of becoming a CPA. Nevertheless, I am still proud and happy for the bachelor’s degree I have, it really helps me a lot. Besides, license is not really a requirement to land a good job, it’s I believe your attitude towards your work.
In every accountancy board exam season, I am one of those eager persons who’s waiting for the list, it’s as if my name is there! Lol. Wala lang, the feeling is quaint when I see list of schools topping the cpa board exams, and most in wow and awe seeing the names of topnotchers getting grades as high as 92%! They are the living epitome and proof that accountancy isn’t hard lol, only for them I know!
The Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC) and Board of Accountancy (BA) has just released the list of CPA board passers for May 2015 after 3 working days from the last day of exam on May 18. PRC announced that out of 5,959 examiners, only 2,132 passed the Certified Public Accountant Licensure Exam or 36%. That shows how difficult the examination is. Lucky are those who passed and made it, especially the topnotchers! IGMNL and you’ll find the lucky names for May 2015.
After a year, Davids and I will be more than excited to wait for the result, as the eldest grand-daughter Nelvie D. Ignacio of Mr. Erning David (my husband’s father) will also be taking the risk and chance of passing this one of a heaven difficlut examination. SO good luck with prayer from us!
To the not so lucky, consider this not as your failure, but instead a challenge. You are not alone, there are thousands, 63% are out there, giving hope that someday, they will also be CPAs. Besides, you will still get a job, nice job, just do your best, perform at your best, and be nice. That’s it! SO cheer up and keep movin, it’s not the end of your career okay?