AAT exams and synoptic assessments can take place at various times throughout the year, so revision can become a 24/7 task! Make the most of your time with our advice from the experts.
Read up on how to plan out your revision, what to focus your studies on, when to revise, and what to do in the actual assessment.
Our expert takes a look at the synoptic exam, including what to expect, how to approach it, and common mistakes students make.
We hear from a recent AAT graduate on how to succeed at your synoptic exams, including advice on how to deal with time pressure, and how her job helped whilst studying.
Find out how to control exam nerves and turn things around from AAT graduate Charlie Atkins.
Anxiety, stress and nerves are all to be expected in the lead up to exams, but they don’t have to derail your revision. We spoke to some experts on stress management to get the latest mental strategies.
We hear from AAT graduate Amanda Ward on the study techniques she found most effective when revising for her AAT assessments.
Take a Green Light Test
Do a quick test of your knowledge now with a green light test from AAT. We’ve pulled out the tests for each level of the AAT Accounting Qualification below, but if you’re doing a different qualification, just follow the link to study support and navigate to the relevant qualification.
- Foundation Certificate in Accounting test
- Advanced Diploma in Accounting test
- Professional Diploma in Acounting test
When nerves do start to take hold, or you start feeling a bit dejected, turn things around in 17 seconds with this quick tip from psyhcologist Robert Zajonc.
Don’t let reading slow you down – learn how to become super efficient with some speed reading techniques.
Get pumped for your first exam with our tips on maintaining motivation, preparing for the exam, and what to do with your results.
And when exam day arrives, there are some key things to remember about your assessment. Hear the top tips from an AAT tutor, and student.
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