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“AAT - A***”

published 28/03/2009

ProOpens a lot of doors

ConsNot easy to study alone

I never wanted to be an accountant, but somehow I fell into it. I ended up studying for the AAT and it was great, it has opened so many doors and I wish more people were aware of it. So, here we go… The AAT is split into three years, foundation, intermediate and technician. In the first...

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published 12/08/2009

what is a pass rate/percentage? will i pass with the below info. Hi I took my aat foundation exam in June 09 and get my results in 2 weeks. We had 2 sections to the exam an...
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published 15/08/2009

Hi . . . welcome . . . I took my AAT (qualified AAT Technician NVQ4) . . . With any NVQ, each UNIT is assessed as "Competent" or "Not competent" and ALL Units must be passed before you gain the appropriate qualification (Foundation = NVQ2) . . . you get UNIT certificates for Completed Units, and a final Certificate when you gain the NVQ. You only redo UNITS (including entire exams) if not yet competent. Don't Panic! Hope this helps . . . jesi


published 02/03/2012

is it possible to do the AAT Technician External Exam when you didn't do the Intermediate External Exam Hi I took my AAT Foundation External Exam in 2006, i then proceed to the Intermediate Level which i complet...
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published 20/05/2012

I don't see why not, I know people who took Technician exams before they had completed the Intermediate level. At a local college you can start the course whenever a new module is starting which may mean starting one level before completing the previous one. Hope that helps

Product Information : AAT - Association of Accountancy Technicians

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