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Computerised Accounting...

SashaDellaSashaDella Trusted RegularRegistered Posts: 362

Talking about level 2, I understand BA1, BA2, Basic Costing and WEAF are the main exams?
And that computerised accouting is just extra?

Is that right or are they all required to "pass" level 2. I know Level 2 isn't required for the AAT qualification but I am going to be starting Level 3 at college in Sept, and may or may not need this as they may cover it in level 3?

Thanks for your replies!!!

PS Im on a distance learning thing atm, and I can do the exam but didn't want to worry about it if it wasn't needed as I haven't got much time! :D


  • AndyrusAndyrus New Member Registered Posts: 8
    You need to pass all exams and assessments. WEAF and Computerised accounts are assessments and the others are exams. Hope this helps. Andy
  • SashaDellaSashaDella Trusted Regular Registered Posts: 362
    Thanks :D I best hurry up then lol

  • zaf1987zaf1987 Well-Known Registered Posts: 124
    Hi Sasha im not going to do Weaf or Computerised accounts. Ive got Ba2 left then going straigh onto to do rest of level 3. Obviously im going to learn sage and wht not, but in my own time. my decide to complete both weaf and sage at some point in future, for example when i get to level four and im waiting for results.

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