Spreadsheets Revision

Chimpette22Chimpette22 Feels At HomePosts: 75Registered
Hi Guys,

I was wondering if you could tell me where I can practise for my spreadsheet exam.

I've done the one on the practise assessments on the AAT website, but is there any others that I can try?

Thanks
Fully AAT qualified July 2015

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  • MarkTMarkT Trusted Regular Posts: 302Registered
    Bit of a tricky one. Which books are you currently using for this? I use Osborne and their sample layouts so far have been pretty easy to follow - I'm not able to log into MyAAT at the moment to see if there is any other help there - not 100% if there is a greenlight on this subject. Hopefully someone else will be able to give more sturdy advice on this one :blush:
  • Diddy MauDiddy Mau Well-Known Posts: 238Registered
    I'm not able to log into MyAAT at the moment to see if there is any other help there - not 100% if there is a greenlight on this subject. Hopefully someone else will be able to give more sturdy advice on this one :blush:[/QUOTE]
    Hi,
    I've just checked and there is no Green light available for this one.
    I would keep practising the same exam, as you get tested on the knowledge of how to work out formulas etc..

    good luck
  • MarkTMarkT Trusted Regular Posts: 302Registered
    Thanks Diddy - I completely agree with what you've said here :001_smile:

    And, seeing that rate this post is not yet active....

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  • KaySarahKaySarah Well-Known Posts: 215Registered
    MarkT wrote: »
    Thanks Diddy - I completely agree with what you've said here :001_smile:

    And, seeing that rate this post is not yet active....

    The E-Learn section on MyAAT has superb resources which will cover everything in the exam. There are 5 x scenarios, complete with question paper, answer paper and :001_rolleyes: a really good Audio/Video of the self same Q&As which are extremely good learning tools for those who need some clarification. Not the usual video, in that you never see the guy - but really good in terms of showing you how to apply the question on the paper onto the formula on the spreadsheet.

    Good Luck everyone and

    CONGRATULATIONS Mark on CRS :lol: Well Done!!
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