Do I need to buy extra study materials to pass L3?

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buslaefff
buslaefff Registered Posts: 5 New contributor 🐸
Hello fellow humans,
I've got a question about study materials for Level 3.
Based on your experience or opinions, do you recommend buying extra study materials? Let's say I choose a provider like FI, and they provide materials such as the Study Planner, Question Bank, and Task Bank. Would that be sufficient to understand and pass AAT Level 3? Or is it advisable to purchase additional books from Kaplan, Osborne Books, and BBP to ensure thorough preparation?
Appreciate your insights!

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  • buslaefff
    buslaefff Registered Posts: 5 New contributor 🐸
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    Here are the additional sources I am talking about:
  • anony123
    anony123 Registered Posts: 414 Dedicated contributor 🦉
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    BBP coursebook and question bank is all that is needed.
    We were provided with all for level 2 and 3 and we were fine (by the college)
  • buslaefff
    buslaefff Registered Posts: 5 New contributor 🐸
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    anony123 said:

    BBP coursebook and question bank is all that is needed.
    We were provided with all for level 2 and 3 and we were fine (by the college)

    If my understanding is correct, then you didn't buy any extra material because the college provided it?

  • anony123
    anony123 Registered Posts: 414 Dedicated contributor 🦉
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    Yes, this was all that was needed.
    L2 Distinction
    L3 merit
  • anony123
    anony123 Registered Posts: 414 Dedicated contributor 🦉
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    There is free lessons on YT under first intuition
  • Mila86
    Mila86 Registered Posts: 26 Regular contributor ⭐
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    Here are some factors, if you decide to self study or to join a class/training provider.
  • wilburnet
    wilburnet Registered Posts: 78 Regular contributor ⭐
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    First Intuition materials are very good. Kaplan questions in my opinion seem closer to the exam style, at least for Level 3.
    My preference for exam kits would be
    1 Kaplan
    2 First Intuition
    3 BPP
  • anony123
    anony123 Registered Posts: 414 Dedicated contributor 🦉
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    I’ve never ever used Kaplan. Any good?
    We still are sticking with BPP this year as well.
  • Mila86
    Mila86 Registered Posts: 26 Regular contributor ⭐
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    Is a post that BBP is missing some of the information - BPP have just confirmed they’ve missed out on Public Disclosure and Fraud Act information from the course book!
    I am using Osborne and find them pretty useful.
  • anony123
    anony123 Registered Posts: 414 Dedicated contributor 🦉
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    @Mila86 Is that on the spec?
  • RAKTHER
    RAKTHER Registered Posts: 28 Regular contributor ⭐
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    Hi buslaefff,
    I think you could use Osborne books and Kaplan exam kits.

    RAKTHER
    Training Coordinator, Osborne Training.
  • wilburnet
    wilburnet Registered Posts: 78 Regular contributor ⭐
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    Kaplans exam kit is good. Also the First Intuition mocks were invaluable for me when I did the Tax processes exam.
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