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clegganatorclegganator Well-KnownPosts: 184Registered
Doubtful but has anyone experienced results coming back in less than six weeks?
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  • anniebabeanniebabe Experienced Mentor Posts: 595Registered
    our class got budgeting results back after 5 weeks - but we are now entering week 6 for FNPF results :(
    (we sat FNPF on 15 Dec) but our night class sat FNPF on 13th and got results last week.
  • readerreader Experienced Mentor Posts: 1,039MAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant
    I got my budgeting results back in exactly three weeks

    I sat financial peformance 2 weeks ago and am still waiting for the results
  • BeccaLouJ9BeccaLouJ9 Experienced Mentor DevonPosts: 1,022FMAAT
    I got my Budgeting back in 4 weeks and my FinPerf back in 5 weeks.

    B x
  • clegganatorclegganator Well-Known Posts: 184Registered
    Ah, they may exceed expectations then! Are you notified by email or do you have to go on the site daily to check?
  • Jo ClarkJo Clark Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,525Registered
    You should receive an email advising that your results are available. You then logon to myaat to collect your results.
    ~ An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest ~
    Benjamin Franklin
  • Daz1865Daz1865 Feels At Home Posts: 67Registered
    They are normally quite quick, but now its 5 weeks and counting. I guess I should cut them some slack because of it being christmas and all, but still, I want them now :(

    Oh and in the past, I've actually had my results on the website 2 or 3 days before I get the email. So it doesn't hurt to check if you are particularly anxious
  • katsutlieffkatsutlieff Trusted Regular Posts: 459Registered
    I got my Personal tax back four weeks and six days and Financial Statements four weeks and three days

    I would keep checking the exam result section in MyATT as the emails didn't come out until the following day on both accounts
  • clegganatorclegganator Well-Known Posts: 184Registered
    Excellent. Thanks for all your answers, folks!
  • mon1982mon1982 New Member Posts: 7Registered
    hello

    I sat my FNST on 22/12/11 and have just got my results today. So it took just under 5 weeks. I PASSED the first time! I'm over the moon!
  • clegganatorclegganator Well-Known Posts: 184Registered
    mon1982 wrote: »
    hello

    I sat my FNST on 22/12/11 and have just got my results today. So it took just under 5 weeks. I PASSED the first time! I'm over the moon!

    Congrats mon1982! Hopefully will be on your bus when my results come back...
  • uknittyuknitty Experienced Mentor Posts: 591Registered
    Congratulations Mon1982 - very well done! What is next for you then ?
  • AAT Level 3AAT Level 3 Feels At Home Posts: 75Registered
    Passed all 4 that I sat could not be happier.
  • uknittyuknitty Experienced Mentor Posts: 591Registered
    Well done AAT level 3. Which exams did you sit and which do you have left ?
  • AAT Level 3AAT Level 3 Feels At Home Posts: 75Registered
    Thank you. Both Tax Exams, FNST and Audit. I have Budgeting and FNPF left. Really thought I had failed Financial Statements on the IAS IFRS written question but my calculations and multiple choice in section 1 must have been all correct.
  • mon1982mon1982 New Member Posts: 7Registered
    Hi unknitty

    Budgeting is next for me. By the way, I had a look at the "past exam papers" section and this unit doesn't seem to be listed there. Unless I missed it somehow?
  • mon1982mon1982 New Member Posts: 7Registered
    I had my results put on the website just before 4pm but there is no e-mail from aat to say my result was available.
  • uknittyuknitty Experienced Mentor Posts: 591Registered
    The email always shows up a day or so after the results are uploaded on to My AAT.

    If you are looking for paper based exams for budgeting you won't find any because it wasn't called that under the old sylabus - the old unit 33 "Management Accounting" has effectively been split in to two units under the new sylabus (Budgeting and FNPF). I wouldn't try and use unit 33 to study budeting though, because it has more of a focus on the material covered in FNPF.

    Unit 9 on the old NVQ pathway is the closest to what is now budgeting.

    https://www.aat.org.uk/myaat/unit/item13748/
  • Daz1865Daz1865 Feels At Home Posts: 67Registered
    Business Tax passed :cool:
  • mon1982mon1982 New Member Posts: 7Registered
    Thank you! One more thing, FNST was only my first exam for this level. Would you say FNPF is more difficult to pass ? Had a look at the study book and it's bigger than the one for FNST.
  • Becky VBecky V Trusted Regular Posts: 374Registered
    I have never received am email from AAT to say my results are online and i have sat fnst, business tax and personal tax, so i would check every day. Good luck :)
  • HopeipassxHopeipassx Feels At Home Posts: 66Registered
    Ive just got my Personal Tax results back and sat the exam 3 weeks ago. Thankfully I passed :)
  • Jo ClarkJo Clark Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,525Registered
    My budgeting results came in today for the exam sat on 4 January!!!

    :) Thank you :)
    ~ An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest ~
    Benjamin Franklin
  • EllabobbinEllabobbin Feels At Home Posts: 92Registered
    mon1982 wrote: »
    Thank you! One more thing, FNST was only my first exam for this level. Would you say FNPF is more difficult to pass ? Had a look at the study book and it's bigger than the one for FNST.

    Financial Statements and Financial Performance are the ones people seem to be tripping up on... Financial Performance (in my opinion) was no more difficult than Financial Statements but you do need to be able to get your head around variances, which some people on my course struggled to do!

    Good luck :-)
  • nonmugglesuenonmugglesue Feels At Home Posts: 39Registered
    I got PTAX in 5 weeks, my friend took her PTAX at the beginning of Jan and she has already had them back
  • stephleedzstephleedz Well-Known Posts: 179Registered
    I got my results in just less than 3 weeks (2 weeks and 6 days) I sat Financial Performance 10th January and passed. YAY ME and congratulations to everyone who has passed there exams also.

    Steph
  • uknittyuknitty Experienced Mentor Posts: 591Registered
    Congrats Steph :)
  • stephleedzstephleedz Well-Known Posts: 179Registered
    Thank you uknitty. x
  • MakkusuMakkusu Feels At Home BournemouthPosts: 94Registered
    Found out last night I passed my FNST exam in the first sitting, very glad because I would of hated having to pay exam fees again!

    Waiting to hear back from a job interview today, fingers crossed - and hopefully the 3rd bit of luck will be a winning lottery ticket!
  • nicd1981nicd1981 Well-Known LiverpoolPosts: 244AAT Licensed Accountant
    Congratulations , Im sitting that one next. And good luck with job interview xx
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  • clegganatorclegganator Well-Known Posts: 184Registered
    Still waiting for mine and found out that the evening group at my college got there results a week ago. They only sat it the night before we did!
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