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    I am B.COM from India & pursing MBA in Finance should I complete MBA than go for CIMA or should I start now & how many papers are exempted for undergraduate students.

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    I think with an Indian or Pakistan B.Com, hopefully very few papers may be given as exemptions, if not – no exemptions at all. At the moment, I suggest you to go with MBA. After the completion of your MBA, you may apply for the CMGA – CIMA Master Gateway Assessment where you have to take an exam which will focus mainly on the CIMA Management level papers. Upon completion of CMGA, you will directly go into CIMA Strategic levels and proceed further. This way seems easier as well as money-saving for you, rather than trying to register for CIMA using the B.Com qualification now. good luck.

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