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    At the moment i am on my gap year and not to sure if i will go to uni in September.

    My second option would be to start an AAT course; i have looked at the courses and not too sure what level to start on. I would much rather start on level three as it would be a quicker process that way and also looking on the AAT website it states that the level two qualification is equivalent to GCSE level so I'm guessing it will be easy.

    The only problem here is i don't have any knowledge of accounting so I'm hoping to be able to teach myself basic accounts such as bookkeeping and trail balances so i at least understand the course when i start it.

    Does anyone on here do AAT and have an opinion on this and which course would be best to start first.

    All help would be extremely appreciated.

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    Level 3 being Intermediate? That's where most people start in my experience.
 
 
 
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