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Tips for Level 3

I suggest everyone that is currently studying or is going to do study AAT level 3
is that you do all the E-learning tasks before you attempt the pass papers
this will really help you succeed

Comments

  • JoshJ1992JoshJ1992 Registered Posts: 75
    I agree - these are really helpful. My training provider used the Kaplan books which also included free elearning to use
  • Adele69Adele69 CambridgeAAT Student Posts: 320
    That would depend on whether you feel all the elearning modules are well presented. For Accounts Preparation the elearning for accruals/prepayments confused me more than helped.

    I still passed overall because I had enough marks in other parts of the ACPR exam and understand the expense side more than the income, as this usually is asked a lot more in other areas such as Extended Trial Balance but was disappointed that though I had improved the question on the actual exam still caught me out in some way as I felt I'd answered it correctly

    For the breadth of the topic, both Accounts Prep and Costs & Revenues really should have more than 3 areas covered with elearning modules in my opinion.
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