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Old 11-09-2010, 11:27 AM
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CPA assessment for TR?

Hi everyone,

I just recently joined this forum and need some advice on few issues that I have been facing due to different opinions.

I am doing Masters in Professional Accounting finishing by Nov 2010. I am sure everyone is aware that it is almost impossible to score 7 in IELTS in Academic due to several reasons.

I was thinking to apply for TR after I finish (if I score 6). After that I am planning to visit my country in March (on bridging visa B)as I am getting married. I was thinking to appear for IELTs from my country as its easier to score from there. Once I score IELTS 7 I would come back in march end and apply for CPA assessment which would take around 2 months. Once that is finished I will immediatly apply for PR as my 6 months period to apply wouldnt have expired.

Now that was my plan but I just heard from one of my friends who went to an agent that if I want to apply for TR, I need to have applied for CPA assessment.

Now my question is... To apply for CPA assessment I need 7...If I already have 7 then why would I go for TR and not PR? So I am not to sure if that information is correct or not..

Please advise me what should I do.

Thanks


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Old 11-09-2010, 04:37 PM
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You ought to have a read of the TR eligibility - Skilled – Graduate (Temporary) visa (subclass 485) and you could compare it with the 885/886.
The CPA is not the only assessing organisation as you can see from Accountant (General) - 221111





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Old 11-10-2010, 12:51 AM
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Thanks for you reply...

I was concerned more for IELTS...I read the information on the site you quoted and it also say I need to have applied for assessment but for assessment I need 7 regardless of what institute I have done it from. My question is what is the other option for me if I can not score in IELTS?


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Old 11-10-2010, 03:21 PM
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If all the accountancy assessment organisations reckon an IELTS of 7 is desired, then you really do not have much option but to get on and study up and do an IELTS exam.





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