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Level 2 - CPAG - Sage One or Sage 50?


It turns out that AAT have "training" today so I can't phone for an answer to this question - can anyone help?

My assessment centre are confused, as am I, as to whether my assessment for Level 2 CPAG will be with Sage One or Sage 50. I have been studying with the Kaplan Sage One book (and online with Sage One), however my assessment centre doesnt know whether they are able to offer the exam on Sage One. Should they be?

It looks like my assessment for next week will have to be cancelled as the assessment centre says they only have been using Sage 50, but have looked into Sage One, only to have technical problems. Would I be alright to take the exam on Sage 50? Is this what I'm supposed to do? Help!


  • chewyshaunchewyshaun Registered Posts: 6
    Did you get this resolved as I maybe facing the same dilemma?
  • shannonr1990shannonr1990 Registered Posts: 36
    Hi Is this for the AQ2013 syllabus?
  • chewyshaunchewyshaun Registered Posts: 6
    Hi, I am studying AQ2016, my training provide has given my Assessment centre login details for Sage one so hopefully all will be well
  • SirPrizeSirPrize Registered Posts: 14
    From what I hear, Sage 50 is a more comprehensive version of Sage One, whereas Sage One is just the foundations and is cloud based. With that said, I'd study Sage 50 and cover both.
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