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Site maintenance on Tuesday 30 September: please read

We’re going to be carrying out some maintenance work on the AAT discussion forums (forums.aat.org.uk) on Tuesday 30 September 2014. What this means for you:

- You will still be able to search the site and access all threads as normal.
- New users won’t be able to register for an account.
- You won’t be able to post new threads or reply to existing threads.
- This will have no effect on the AAT website (aat.org.uk).

You should be able to post to the forums as normal (and new users should be able to register) from Wednesday 1 October.

Apologies for the inconvenience in the meantime, and thanks for your patience.

Stuart Waterman
AAT Online Community Manager
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  • Can't access Practice assessments PLEASE HELP!

    Hi All,

    I'm going to my CBA in Personal Tax on Tuesday and was trying to access the practice assessment on AAT, but get to little grey boxes for part 1 and 2 and can't go any further.

    Other people have told me to press F11 but its not working, only have access to laptops and F11 on both laptops are the mute button

    Please Help!

    Tx

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    I use a laptop and have the same problem.

    To solve it chose "view" from your browser toolbar (top left corner) and one of the options on the list should read "full screen (F11)". Select this option from the drop down menu and you will go to full screen view.

    As your toolbar will disappear when you are in full screen mode you will either need to press escape or the windows key to get back to a regular view.
    Last edited by uknitty; 11-06-11, 22:22.

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    • #3
      Hi,

      Managed to access assessment by searching through Google Chrome, but thank you tried your way and much easier.

      Done the assessment and failed lol, so better get back to the books

      Tx

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