kirstym01 wrote: »
It really is hard to prepare well enough for this one, I knew it wasn't going to be easy it was the one I was most worried about.
I would say some of the questions are based on the practice on the aat website but they are layed out differently, you will really need to give them thought. I think it is actually a 2 1/2 hr exam, think I took around 2hrs aswell.
I spent a lot of time revising break even points and manufacturing accounts..... none of this came up! I did however have a couple of questions on contribution, net present value & payback periods and working out profits on a certain number of units using the high/low method..... I think thats what they were anyway, I got myself really worked up in this exam! Goodluck to you people that have this one coming up!
aat level 3 - what ones have you got left?? I've finished them all now thank god!
AAT Level 3 wrote: »
I may have got the same paper as you breakeven and manufacturing accounts were not even in my exam and we went over them so much in class. I think there must be a lack of clarity at the training centres on what is going to come up in the exams. The online AAT tests normally are very similar but this one couldn't be more different.
I start spreadsheets tomorrow. Then I have Indirect Tax and Cash Management in two weeks time. Would you say those 3 are ok?
When do you start Level 4?