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    I just finished 2 years of college and am expected to come out with an A or B in my accounting exams. If I don't get into uni I want to get straight into the accounting sector but I was wondering how do i even do that? it seems most entry level jobs want an AAT not an A level? Is an A level equivalent to level 3 AAT or something? Or would I need to do AAT as well.

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    If that's what they need then yes you'll have to do it but do have a look at whether or not the two qualifications are equivalent or not.
 
 
 
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