AAT to ACCA Exam Order

KirstyRoseL
KirstyRoseL Registered, AAT Student Posts: 4
Hello, has anyone recently completed AAT Level 4 and progressed onto ACCA?
If you have, which order would you recommend sitting the exams in?
Plus, is it possible to sit any exams at home? I've read something about remote invigilation for Corporate and Business Law.
Thanks in advance!

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  • Pian32
    Pian32 MAAT Posts: 423
    You can see the order I've been doing them in my signature. I did Taxation early as I'd done the tax modules at AAT so figured it'd be a nice start point. If you've done different AAT modules you might prefer to start with a differet ACCA module.

    Performance and Financial management are short and long term management accounts respectively with Financial having a lot of new stuff for me (might be covered in different optional modules at AAT).

    It is possible to sit exams at home currently but I don't know if that will continue after lockdown ends. I prefer to do mine in person so haven't used the system.
    AAT Level 4, MAAT
    ACCA in progress
    F4- Passed Aug 2020
    F5- Passed Dec 2020
    F6- Passed Sep 2020
    F7- Passed June 2021
    F8 - Planned Sep 2021
    F9 - Passed June 2021
    KirstyRoseL
  • KirstyRoseL
    KirstyRoseL Registered, AAT Student Posts: 4
    Thank you for the reply and advice!
    I think I might also start with Taxation.
    Am I correct in thinking that LW (F4) can be sat any time of the year and any location, even outside of COVID?
    I'm only looking into exams at home as it would take me at least 2 hours to get to any of the nearest venues!
    Again, thank you!
  • Pian32
    Pian32 MAAT Posts: 423
    It can be sat at any time and any ACCA approved centre normally. I don't think you could sit it at home pre covid.
    AAT Level 4, MAAT
    ACCA in progress
    F4- Passed Aug 2020
    F5- Passed Dec 2020
    F6- Passed Sep 2020
    F7- Passed June 2021
    F8 - Planned Sep 2021
    F9 - Passed June 2021
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