Breaking News – AAT to start remote assessments

We were delighted to learn that the AAT has announced that they will be able to resume some assessments using remote proctoring. In this article, we take a look at the key points and provide information on where students can get further advice.

AAT Remote Assessments

Breaking News – AAT to start remote assessments

We were delighted to learn that the AAT has announced that they will be able to resume some assessments using remote proctoring. In this article, we take a look at the key points and provide information on where students can get further advice.

On Tuesday 13th May, the AAT announced that they would be able to offer some assessments using remote proctoring technology. We were delighted to hear this news and are looking forward to helping our students prepare for these assessments.

It’s fantastic to hear this news from the AAT. This move forward will maintain the high level of confidence that the accountancy profession has in the AAT as a qualification that can continue to work for them regardless of the circumstances. Well done to Mark Farrar and all at the AAT for the hard work I know has been put in to make this a reality.”

Gareth John, Director

AAT Students should by now have received an email explaining the news in more detail. However, we have summarised the key points below:

AAT REMOTE ASSESSMENTS

  • The AAT will start delivering remote invigilation in August allowing students to sit assessments for certain papers at home. Other papers to follow.
  • Exact dates for remote assessments are to be finalised.
  • Level 2 students who have only their Synoptic Assessment to complete will be awarded an estimated grade on the 13th August.
  • Training Providers with students who are eligible for estimated grades will be contacted shortly.
  • The AAT continues to review all of its assessments in relation to remote examinations. In August the following assessments will be available:

Level 3:

Advanced Bookkeeping

Financial Accounts Preparation

Management Accounting Costing

Level 4:

Professional Diploma Synoptic Assessment

  • The AAT will also continue to review when centre-based assessments can resume, based on government guidance.

“This is great news for students, as I know many are really keen to get their next exam passed, so they can qualify and get the very real benefits that the AAT qualification brings”

Nick Craggs, AAT Distance Learning Director

Where to get help and further information

To help students to prepare for AAT assessments, we have set up a range of revision sessions. You can find details of these and how to book by clicking here.

First Intuition has also set up a number of forums to provide students with the opportunity to find out and discuss the latest information. These sessions take place on the following channels and locations:

  • Facebook Live sessions with Kelley O’Donovan and David Malthouse on Mondays evenings at 6 pm Chelmsford FI Facebook
  • Chatterbox Tuesday sessions – chat over a coffee about study skills, keeping your motivation and mental health. Contact aat@fi.co.uk to join.
  • Weekly Student Webinars via Zoom on Wednesday evenings at 6 pm. These sessions provide an update on what’s happening in relation to exams, apprenticeships and courses, as well as answering any questions students may have. Click here to register and book your place.
  • Facebook Live sessions with Nick Craggs on Thursday evenings at 7 pm First Intuition AAT

Students can read the full update from the AAT here

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