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I am studying at home for level 2, I find it very hard please. Please advice please, sanjay

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  • ariadneariadne Registered Posts: 218
    Keep practicing - I suspect it's the basic accounting modules with double entry you are struggling with. At L2 it is presented in a long winded way and seems more complex than it turns out to be once you get to L3 - you see how it fits with the extended trial balance and financial statements. Try to come up with ways to memorise the credits and debits eg if purchases are D then sales and purchases returns are the oppose, as are credit purchases. Just keep going through and practice is essential, use all MyAAT resources and Google for videos on topics you are struggling with or buy another text book which may explain things more clearly for you.
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