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AAT Level4 - Self Study

I’m currently working through my AAT Level 3 and I go to college for this. I want to self study my AAT Level 4. Can anyone give me some advice and how long did it take you to do it?

Answers

  • LucygsyLucygsy Registered Posts: 34
    Self study is flexible with normally no time restraints, you can complete the course at the rate that is best for you! I think the average time is around a month per module, there are 4 main modules and then you select 2 additional modules. But as mentioned before self study is flexible so you can study full time or part time and you set the speed to how fast you want to work through the course, I hope this helps.
    AATSM
  • JoJoMisJoJoMis Registered Posts: 50
    Hi, I'm not too sure how much time you have to study but I can tell you that it took me all together about 1.5 months. Now, I'm not working full time (25 hours a week) and spent all of my free time studying. I've passed all of the exams on first attempt (still waiting for synoptic results though..). As mentioned before, it is completely up to you how fast you want to do it.
    Lucygsy
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