Do AAT let you see your exam paper after it has been marked?

I mean, I know they give you a feedback report but is there any way to get your actual paper back and go through where you went wrong?

Thanks.

Answers

  • Irrorate
    Irrorate Registered Posts: 139
    Nope, not a chance!
    gabriellenlewis
  • hal978
    hal978 MAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 197 Dedicated contributor ? ? ?
    edited July 2017
    Your answers are exempt from disclosure under the Data Protection Act, so you can't see those. But as for notes that they have made and added to your file - I believe you can obtain those
  • AllenRobinson
    AllenRobinson Registered Posts: 1
    Your answers are exempt from disclosure under the Data Protection Act, so you can't see those. But as for notes that they have made and added to your file - I believe you can obtain those
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  • gabriellenlewis
    gabriellenlewis AAT Student Posts: 129
    > @hal978 said:
    > Your answers are exempt from disclosure under the Data Protection Act, so you can't see those. But as for notes that they have made and added to your file - I believe you can obtain those

    Oh right ok, thanks... do you know how we can access this?
  • hal978
    hal978 MAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 197 Dedicated contributor ? ? ?
    See paragraphs 8 and 9 of this link for more information on exams:

    http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1998/29/schedule/7

    You can request your data using a Subject Access Request (i.e. sending a letter) and enclose the relevant fee.

    It costs between £1 and £50 depending on the number of pages:

    https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/personal-information/
    gabriellenlewis
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