ICAS Submissions

Sammmy88Sammmy88 Trusted RegularPosts: 283Registered

I was just wondering how many submissions you all had on your project before you we're deemed competent :-)
Level 2 - Passed 2011
Level 3 - Passed 2012
Level 4 - Passed 2014

Awaiting to start CIMA :)


  • emurattyemuratty Feels At Home Posts: 66Registered
    2 drafts and a final
  • Malcolm GreenMalcolm Green Well-Known Posts: 105Registered, Working Together with HMRC
    Hi Sam,

    I think you will find between 2/3 is typical for the ICAS project.

    More so if this type of project work is new to a student.

    Quite often we see reports come back from a first submission as NYC with the following common issues:

    - The Report is not laid out correctly and numbered
    - The CBA used in not realistic and does not show monetary values (£) to back up the findings
    - Fraud not fully covered or graded
    - Training requirements and costs not mentioned
    - Mapping document not fully completed

    All the above should be easy to fix for the next submission and complete the ICAS project.

    Following changes to the AAT website you may like to check out all the resources for the ICAS project and other units on this new link: https://www.aat.org.uk/training/study-support/search.

    All the best with your continuing studies.
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