How you'll be assessed
When studying an AAT qualification, your knowledge and skills will be tested via computer based assessments (CBAs). These are administered by AAT training providers or assessment centres and run entirely on PCs or laptops.
When are you assessed?
You will sit assessments when you're ready, as agreed with your training provider. You will need to check with your training provider as to the availability and schedule for completing your assessments.
In September 2016 we introduced a new type of assessment - synoptic assessments. Synoptic assessments will test your understanding of connections between the different topics covered across the qualification. Synoptic assessments are sat towards the end of a qualification and are taken at specific times of the year.
Assessment fees range between £70-£80 depending on the qualification you are studying. Assessment fees are paid to the training provider or the AAT Approved assessment venue. You should check whether these are included in your overall training provider fee.
Where will you sit your assessments?
AAT Approved assessment venue
Getting your results
If you would like advice on studying an AAT qualification speak to one of our helpful advisors on +44(0)20 3735 2434. Our lines are open Monday to Thursday 09.00-20.00 and Friday 09.00-17.00 UK time. You can also request a call back.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org