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How to go from u of t rotman commerce to CA?

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Hi guys, I'm currently a second year student at u of t specializing in accounting. And like many others, I'm planning to pursue a CA designation. But I'm not sure how it flows. Is it like I first graduate from u of t and then work in a accounting firm for 30 month and then take the 3-day CA exam and I'm done? What GPA do I need? Do I need to take any CA courses? What kind of firm do I go to for the 30 month requirement? And I heard all RSM courses that I take in u of t need to be 70% up to qualify for taking the CA exam, is that true?
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http://www.guidetorulingtheworld.ca/ has all the info you will need. 30 months work experience, 3 exams (CKE, SOA and of course the UFE). You need a GPA of 7.0 + (B-) in each of the 51 credit-hour required courses (can find on provided link). I think that for the fully-accredited programs you just need a combined GPA of 7.0+, so it makes it slightly easier.
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@g93 wrote
http://www.guidetorulingtheworld.ca/ has all the info you will need. 30 months work experience, 3 exams (CKE, SOA and of course the UFE). You need a GPA of 7.0 + (B-) in each of the 51 credit-hour required courses (can find on provided link). I think that for the fully-accredited programs you just need a combined GPA of 7.0+, so it makes it slightly easier.


Thank you!!!
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