Lvl 4 done, AAT finished!

TyJac
TyJac Registered Posts: 42 Epic contributor ๐Ÿ˜
I received confirmation that I have finally completed my AAT qualification, having just recently finished my ICAS project - thanx to those who have assisted me on that project.

I'm going to self-study ACCA qualification now.

Is there any point of me even continue to pay membership fee for AAT qualification because I'm going to be a member of ACCA?
I mean even if I don't pay membership fee for AAT, I still can look for a job stating that I have completed the qualification.

Comments

  • Clarekaye
    Clarekaye Registered Posts: 307
    I dunno how the fees work but CONGRATS!! :)
  • Clintm15
    Clintm15 Registered Posts: 248 Dedicated contributor ๐Ÿฆ‰
    Congratulations TyJac.

    Seems you are on the same path as me. Now that you have passed AAT you will become an affiliate member. I suppose it's only worth staying a member if you're looking to become a full member. It's something I will be considering too come renewal time.

    Good luck with your ACCA studies.
    AAT
    Level 2 - 2011
    Level 3 - 2012
    Level 4 - 2013

    ACCA
    F4 - Corporate Law - Dec 2015 (passed)
    F5 - Performance Management - Dec 2014 (passed)
    F6 - Taxation - Dec 2013 (passed)
    F7 - Financial Reporting - Jun 2014 (passed)
    F8 - Audit & Assurance - Dec 2015 (passed)
    F9 - Financial Management - Jun 2015 (passed)
  • anniebabe
    anniebabe Registered Posts: 595 Epic contributor ๐Ÿ˜
    I am in the same position, just sent my application to ACCA today - after being told that I have passed my final unit ICAS subject to internal verification. I am going to try and do F4 with Bpp distance online (the one with the lectures) from March.
  • TyJac
    TyJac Registered Posts: 42 Epic contributor ๐Ÿ˜
    I am in the same position, just sent my application to ACCA today - after being told that I have passed my final unit ICAS subject to internal verification. I am going to try and do F4 with Bpp distance online (the one with the lectures) from March.

    I haven't yet applied for a membership with ACCA because I'm waiting for my certificate to be sent to me, so I could apply for exemptions. I remember reading up on this forum, saying that we don't need to pay exemption fees, is this true? I'm planning to take F4 and F5 this June. Initially was also going to do F6 also, but realised that due to my work, I've very limited time to study. :(
  • anniebabe
    anniebabe Registered Posts: 595 Epic contributor ๐Ÿ˜
    You can register as an ACCA student (ยฃ79)before you get your certificate. You cannot apply for exemptions till you get your lvl4 certificate.
    They told me we have to pay exemptions - its on the ACCA website - there is a fee per exam look here :- http://www.accaglobal.com/content/da...-userguide.pdf
    http://www.accaglobal.com/gb/en/qualifications/apply-now.html#examentryfees its ยฃ69 per paper.
  • Clintm15
    Clintm15 Registered Posts: 248 Dedicated contributor ๐Ÿฆ‰
    Yes, you do have to pay the exemption fees. I ranted and raved to them on the phone but it was no good. It's an 'admin' fee apparently. My exemptions fees were ยฃ192.
    AAT
    Level 2 - 2011
    Level 3 - 2012
    Level 4 - 2013

    ACCA
    F4 - Corporate Law - Dec 2015 (passed)
    F5 - Performance Management - Dec 2014 (passed)
    F6 - Taxation - Dec 2013 (passed)
    F7 - Financial Reporting - Jun 2014 (passed)
    F8 - Audit & Assurance - Dec 2015 (passed)
    F9 - Financial Management - Jun 2015 (passed)
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