Assessment result - not yet competent!!!!

Paulasw1Paulasw1 Posts: 20Registered
whats the score i must have to pass an exam. I think i have enough scores and also i think that sometimes computer giving you wrong result as i was sure that i answer correctly and i had borderline or below requirement. Im so disappointed that i didn't pass my CSTR (level3) exam, i was so sure i will. i was good prepared. Now i dont know if its worth to do appeal and if i get a positive answer, Has anyone was in situation when disagree with his result? please tell me your story Im so frustrated and i really think computer does a mistakes.

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  • QilianQilian Posts: 4Registered
    Hi, you need to get 70% or over 70% to pass the exam.
  • Mike WebsterMike Webster Just Joined Cardiff and ValePosts: 146Registered, Tutor
    You can appeal (appeals@aat.org.uk) but have a limited time to do so.
    Michael JH Webster AATQB FMAAT
  • BertieBertie West Midlands Posts: 376Registered
    I wouldn't bother with the appeal.

    Repay, and resit.

    Do more practice questions.
  • gabriellenlewisgabriellenlewis Posts: 104AAT Student
    I am having a similar problem. I've just emailed appeals. It's worth a try.
  • ZedeldesireZedeldesire Posts: 11Registered
    > @Paulasw1 said:
    > whats the score i must have to pass an exam. I think i have enough scores and also i think that sometimes computer giving you wrong result as i was sure that i answer correctly and i had borderline or below requirement. Im so disappointed that i didn't pass my CSTR (level3) exam, i was so sure i will. i was good prepared. Now i dont know if its worth to do appeal and if i get a positive answer, Has anyone was in situation when disagree with his result? please tell me your story Im so frustrated and i really think computer does a mistakes.

    Hi,

    Does anyone appeal as an external student?

    In myAAT I put Kaplan as my training provider, however I do not study with Kaplan. I just buy books and study on my own.
    I took an financial performance exam recently at an aat center the result wasn't successful.
    I believe my exam wasn't marked correctly, furthermore the computer screen got frozen and lost few minutes(the centre said they had reported the matter).
    I read that to appeal I have to get the support of my training provider. In my case as I don't study with Kaplan (external student) therefore I don't have a training provider.

    Does anyone appeal as an external student?

    Many thanks for your quick reply.
    I need to file the appeal ASAP, please share your experience.
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