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When is the best time to take my exams?

Townshend89Townshend89 Registered, AAT Student Posts: 1
Hi, I have been studying level 2 through e-careers. I have almost finished learning bookkeeping controls. How has everyone found it best for taking their exams? I'm not sure whether to finish all the material I have through my books and learning portal and then book all my exams or do the exams as I go? I am wondering whether I should book the first exam soon. Any advise would be great. Natalie


  • Lewisham_lassLewisham_lass Registered Posts: 19
    Hey, definitely book them as you go. I was lucky enough to be attached to a college for my first year and we all took the exams around 6-8 weeks after completing the classes. I found that it was best to book the exam after maybe 5 weeks of study so that you have two/three weeks of final revision with the pressure of knowing the exam is coming up. However, everyone has different schedules, you need to adjust for yourself. Good luck with your studies! :)
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