AAT Level 2

AAT level 2  course for self study students.

Dear AAT level 2 Student,

AAT level 2 Certificate in Accounting course (Level 5 in Scotland) covers a range of basic accounting practices and techniques, from costing and double-entry bookkeeping to computerised accounting. And it is a great place to start learning accountancy.

Subjects covered

You can start AAT level 2 with no prior knowledge or work experience. This course will slowly and gradually build your accounting knowledge and confidence!

Assessment method

  • 5 Computer Based Assessments (CBAs)
  • Note: Computerised accounting can also be assessed by workplace evidence such as Sage certification.

AAT level 2 results are usually emailed to you one week after sitting your computer based assessment, although provisional results are available immediately. You can also log in to the AAT website and view your results online.

FIRSTLY, MAKE SURE THAT YOU ARE REGISTERED WITH THE AAT

If you haven’t already registered with the AAT then please follow this link.

ABOUT YOUR FREE TUTOR SUPPORT

You can email for support at mike@aatfree.co.uk and we will try to get back to you as soon as possible.

YOU WILL NEED TO BUY YOUR OSBORNE TEXTBOOKS

You can buy the books listed below direct from the publishers at http://www.osbornebooks.co.uk or you may get them cheaper from Amazon by clicking this link for Amazon prices.

  • Basic Accounting 1 Tutorial second edition
  • Basic Accounting 1 Workbook third edition
  • Basic Accounting 2 Tutorial second edition
  • Basic Accounting 2 Workbook third edition
  • Basic Costing Tutorial
  • Basic Costing Workbook second edition
  • Computerised Accounting Tutorial second edition
  • Work Effectively in Accounting Tutorial
  • Work Effectively in Accounting Workbook

AAT FREE LEVEL 2: COURSE DURATION

The minimum recommended study time for the free AAT level 2 course is is 3 to 4 hours per week. This should take you approximately 30 weeks to complete the course. You will also need to allow additional time for your Computer-Based Assessments.

BEFORE YOUR STUDY BEGINS

Before completing your timetable you will need to establish your study routine i.e. where, when and how long are you going to study for each week. If you haven’t decided on your study routine yet then please click this link for more information.

YOU WILL NEED TO DOWNLOAD YOUR STUDY TIMETABLE

Click here to download your interactive timetable and enter your proposed dates for completion of the course and proposed dates for completing assignments.

Pdf.AAT Level 2 Timetable

ABOUT STUDYING THE FREE AAT LEVEL 2 COURSE

Now that you have created your own time table which structures the whole course for you, simply follow the order of the dates that you have entered. If you feel you are struggling with the pace or even wish to speed the pace up simply enter new dates and revise your timetable. If you wish to fast track your course please follow this link for further details

HOW TO USE THE TIMETABLE

It is easy to use the timetable, just look for first date on your timetable, then you now know that you need to complete assignment 1 by that date. Once you have completed assignment 1 then look for the next date as a target for completing assignment 2.


Detailed instructions for completing the assignment can be found at the front of the actual assignment e.g. which book to study and what chapters to read.

Keep a record of your marks as you progress through the course so you can revisit any weaker areas identified in your assessment.  AATfree is ready to assist you with any areas, which need further explanation.

AAT LEVEL 2 ASSIGNMENTS AND PROCESSING EXERCISES

All assignments are online and you will get your result immediately on completion. We have set the pass mark at 70%. Solutions to the assignment are provided at the end of the assignment so you can see where you have gone wrong! The solutions to the processing exercises are also on the site so that you can mark your own assignment.

Only attempt the assignment once you have read the relevant chapters in your textbook and workbook. If you score more than 70% then you have demonstrated a good understanding of the subject and should carry on with your next assignment. If you score less than 70% don’t worry – AATFree is here to help you understand the topics which you find difficult.

There are three assignments, three processing exercises and one mock exam for each paper.

The interactive assignments follow the AAT exam format to integrate both exam familiarisation and progress monitoring. If you score 70% or above, you will pass the equivalent questions in the actual exam.

There are also plenty of MCQ questions in your Osborne Workbooks for you to practice on.

We are continually looking for fresh content (assignments, exercises and articles) for the website, so if you enjoy writing and would like to contribute to the site then please click here to volunteer for AATFree.

MORE LEARNING – VIDEOS, ARTICLES ETC

As you peruse the site you will find a section called ‘MORE LEARNING’.

This section includes other learning resources such as You Tube videos and other relevant articles on the world wide web.

Assessment method

  • 5 Computer Based Assessments (CBAs)
  • Note: Computerised accounting can also be assessed by workplace evidence such as Sage certification.

AAT results are usually emailed to you one week after sitting your computer based assessment, although provisional results are available immediately. You can also log in to the AAT website and view your results online.

HOW TO BOOK COMPUTER BASED EXAMINATIONS

After studying the Osborne books, completing the assignments, processing exercises, mock examination, revised and fully prepared you will be ready to book the computer based examination (CBE).

Exams can be sat throughout the UK so you should never have far to travel to your exam venue.

Simply contact your nearest AAT exam centre and book your exam

Attend the exam and on completion you will receive your results straight away.

Please inform AATFree of your result.

You are now ready to start your course

9 thoughts on “AAT Level 2

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