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what percentage of people actually become a CA after specializing in Accounting for undergraduate?

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the title says it all lol
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r u talking about CA, CMA and CGA numbers, and those that fail?
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@loooooool wrote


the title says it all lol



Haha. This situation is completely isolated from all of the other schools but I made a funny observation. At the beginning of first semester, we had a class of over 500 students. The professor comes in and asks, "How many of you want to be a Chartered Accountant?" The majority of the class raises their hand.

Fast forward to second semester. The majority of those students are taking Accounting 410 (required to major in Accounting). After the midterm, around 60% of the students dropped from the class. I thought it was pretty funny because they haven't even touched Accounting 414, which is renowned as being the most difficult accounting course in all of Ryerson.

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