how difficult is level 3? should I self-study?

Hello everyone. I've just finished AAT Level 2--self studied with no prior accounting knowledge and I found it fairly easy--passed all exams on the first go. Is level 3 a lot harder? Should I self-study again?

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  • jakeharlowjakeharlow Posts: 4Registered
    You should be okay with self study for level 3, it isnt that much challenging than level 2. The most difficult exam would be PETH and Cost and Revenues. But i am sure you would be okay with this
    squig
  • NickCraggsNickCraggs Posts: 60Registered, Tutor
    Dont forget you will need a training provider to at least mark your Ethics and Spreadsheet exams.
    Nick Craggs FMAAT AATQB ACA, AAT Branch Member and Distance Learning Director at First Intuition

    firstintuition.co.uk/
    squig
  • TetianaTetiana Posts: 4Registered
    Hi, squig,
    I am planning to self study as well. Just a quick question. Where and how did you pass computerized accounting level. Thanks for the feedback.
    P.S. Do you still need the level 2 books by the way?
  • squigsquig Posts: 2Registered
    Thanks everyone--I didn't even know anyone answered as I didn't get any notifications!
    Tetiana said:

    Hi, squig,
    I am planning to self study as well. Just a quick question. Where and how did you pass computerized accounting level. Thanks for the feedback.
    P.S. Do you still need the level 2 books by the way?

    Hi Tetiana,

    I just went to a training provider that accepted external students for exams. I learned Sage just from the Osborne book plus using a free trial version of the software from the Sage website. I almost did the Sage module at a training provider but I'm glad I didn't as I saved myself £300!

    I don't know if I still need my books but I will be holding onto them a while longer.
  • fatmousefatmouse Posts: 2Registered
    Hi can I ask how long did it take to complete level 2
    Well done by the way.
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