This implies that you can appear for an examination that would fall after the minimum course duration has elapsed from the date of your registration.
Based on this, you can take the following as the cut off dates for registration to make you eligible for appearing at the noted examination. An example is given in [ ]
- Before August 31st can appear for both Modules - in the June Examination Next Year
[Register before 31st August 2008 to attempt - both Modules in June 2009 Exam]
- Before November 30th can appear for one Module - in the June Examination Next Year
[Register before 30th November 2008 to attempt - one Module in June 2009 Exam]
- Before February 28th/29th can appear for both Modules - in the December Examination the same Year
[Register before 28th Feburary 2009 to attempt - both modules in December 2009 Exam]
- Before May 31st can appear for one Module - in the December Examination the same year
[Register before 31st May 2009 to attempt - one Module in December 2009 Exam]
Being eligible for both modules implies that the student can attempt the first/second/both modules as per his/her choice. Where the student is eligible for attempting one module, he/she can choose any one of the two modules. However, he/she should be completing the coaching requirements for the module that he/she intends to attempt.