I am embarking on the AAT course after studying Accounting at school to A Level.
This was quite a while ago and I found that I have forgotten a lot! But it is coming back to me. I was given a Level 1 book and I went through it in about one hour. I was going to sign up for classroom studies to do Level 2, but I am now thinking that maybe I could go through Level 2 myself (say in a month?) and then join Level 3 for the classroom stuff? I am really determined and am ready to study hard to try and do Level 3 in half a year and maybe even Level 4 in 6-9 months after that...
Could someone tell me how AAT Levels 2 and 3 compare to the school exams? Would it be right to say that Level 2 is like GCSE and Level 3 is like A-Level?
And to get onto Level 3 do you have to already have passed the Level 2 exam or is demonstrating the knowledge enough? I am prepared to take the exam after self-study, if needed.
AAT Levels Compared to GCSE/A-Level
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