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MyAAT offers you hands-on support and tools to help you get the most out of AAT. Get your evaluation results, credentials and information on where AAT can take you. Enter our messaging communities and engage with AAT professionals and other college graduates whenever and wherever you want.
Track'YourAAT' on Instagram to report on incidents and motivating pictures to help you combat delays. AAT Weekly newsletters are sent to your mailbox every Tuesday to keep you up to date with all the latest information, activities and technical assistance. 20, the AAT journal for college graduates, is issued three a year.
You will find information on studying, careers counselling and sector specific information to help you complete your degree and build a worthwhile financial careers. The AAT consists of more than 125,000 students and professionals worldwide. AAT-students immediately join a fellowship of like-minded people to connect and exchange experience.
There are 46 offices across the UK and more than 350 meetings per year, so there are many ways to get in touch and get guidance from other members. Being an AAT member also gives you unlimited rebates on many of our educational programs and related benefits. Both NUS Extra and NUS Apprentice Extra Tickets are available to AAT students for only £12.00 per year.
Which is the passing grade of the examination?
Top marks for all tests in 70%. Do you have marks? No marks are awarded for single examinations, but you will receive a top score in percent. The overall score is computed on the basis of the results of your own tests. At 30-35%, the synopic has the highest weight in the direction of your bottomnote.
You will be qualified as follows: In order to help you forecast your definitive score, the AAT has set up a grading computer which you can use as soon as you have logged on to the AAT via its MyAAT-platform. When you repeat an examination and reach a lower percentage than your first try, your initial passing score will remain.
In the following chart, the weight in percent for each of the units within each skill is shown: