The AAT is the UK’s leading Accountancy body offering entry level qualifications. The AAT is open to all, regardless of age or experience there is a place that anyone can start their accountancy studies with the AAT.
Typically, most students start their AAT studies at level 2, also known as the Foundation Level. However, if you have some experience it may be possible to start at 3 (Advanced Level). You may have worked in industry for several years and gained a lot of prior knowledge in accounting. Or, you may be returning to training/education after a long break from studying. You don’t have to complete all three levels of AAT to get the qualification, you just need to have completed level 4 and this will allow you to become a full member of AAT. As a training provider we have a duty of care to make sure that students are starting at the right level.
To make sure that people start at the right level we have a level checker, this will give a good indication of the starting point for you.
This is free and It is a very simple process, just type in your answers to the tasks. The tasks will assess you on your knowledge on double entry bookkeeping and other accountancy knowledge. Don’t panic! You are not expected to get all the tasks correct. Again, this process is measuring what level you should start the AAT programme. It shouldn’t take more than 20 minutes to do, but please try to complete all the tasks so we can make an informed assessment of your knowledge.
An AAT tutor will mark your attempt and send feedback and guidance on your performance after you have completed the level checker really quickly, so you know straight away how you have done. They will also suggest the most appropriate level you should start your AAT studies. It may be that we suggest that you start at a higher level, which will save you both time and money!
Free Level Checker:
Want to find out more?
Speak to a member of our support team on 01425 618124 or email firstname.lastname@example.org