AAT Greenlight and Practice CBA

MarkTMarkT Trusted RegularRegistered Posts: 302
Hi all,

After having attempted on a few occasions to successfully guide people to the greenlight practice pages and to the online CBA papers, I thought we could all use some pointers as to how to get to them.

Below are 4 links - the first 3 are relevant to your specific level and list the various areas of study to help you understand where your individual strengths and weaknesses are. Clicking on the subject you require then gives a drop-down and you will see links to some pretty effective learning tools and at the bottom a link to greenlight.

The 4th link is to the practice CBA and there is a list of the 3 levels and you go from there.

Once you click on the link you must log into MyAAT and it will take you straight to the page

I am also advised that in due course our homepages will have a clearer direction to these pages.

Level 2 https://services.aat.org.uk/myaat/elearn/level2/

Level 3 https://services.aat.org.uk/myaat/elearn/level3/

Level 4 https://services.aat.org.uk/myaat/elearn/level4/

Practice CBA https://services.aat.org.uk/myaat/pa_lsb/#level2BAI

Now, we have no excuses to fail do we?? :lol:

Comments

  • Chan110Chan110 Settling In Nicely Registered Posts: 17
    Thks MarkT - this is a great way to guide and help people!
  • clegganatorclegganator Well-Known Registered Posts: 184
    Nice work. Shame they are hidden away and hard to find on the main site.
  • Louise89Louise89 Trusted Regular England, UKMAAT Posts: 296
    I've been using the BTX Fact Sheet which is brilliant as it covers the key topics. I even printed it off and have wirrten my own notes and examples in the spaces.

    What a fab revision aid.

    I agree with you clegganator, I think it would be useful if they could slot them in near the CBA's. Although if you look on MYAAT homepage there are now links to both in the learning resources section.
  • StuartWStuartW Online Community Manager LondonRegistered Posts: 494
    Just to confirm - we're currently working on making these much more easy for students to find as soon as they sign into their MyAAT account.

    Thanks Mark for putting this up in the meantime.

    Stuart
  • yan18yan18 New Member Registered Posts: 19
    Just a quick query regarding the online practice assessments as I have recently experienced trouble viewing the page properly to begin the test at home and at college.

    Is there a specific way to view these in their correct format?

    i.e http://www.aat-interactive.org.uk/elearning/new/BAI_PracticeAssessment/
  • MarkTMarkT Trusted Regular Registered Posts: 302
    yan18 wrote: »
    Just a quick query regarding the online practice assessments as I have recently experienced trouble viewing the page properly to begin the test at home and at college.

    Is there a specific way to view these in their correct format?

    i.e http://www.aat-interactive.org.uk/elearning/new/BAI_PracticeAssessment/

    Hi Yan,

    There are a number of reasons that you may have trouble viewing the practice CBA.

    One of these being screen resolution and actual monitor or screen size (again, something not clearly mentioned while accessing) The screen best screen size is 15" + and with a screen resolution of 1260 x 1068 (or thereabouts).

    Also, the use of FF and IE9 is preferred, however, I have accessed these on google chrome and unlocked the taskbar and moved it to the right hand side of the screen and in customised controls, have temporarily removed the bookmarks bar (CRTL+Shift+B) - this gives you enough access to the buttons you need to start and maneuver through the CBA itself.
  • Jo ClarkJo Clark Font Of All Knowledge Registered Posts: 2,526
    Or you can try pressing F11 in Internet Explorer :)
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  • MarkTMarkT Trusted Regular Registered Posts: 302
    Jo Clark wrote: »
    Or you can try pressing F11 in Internet Explorer :)

    IE is the debils work :001_tt2:
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