UK AAT vs A-Level

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Hi,

I currently have an A-Level in accounting and need some help..

I am now in full time employment (non-accountancy related) and want to continue to study accountancy from home. I have been looking at studying with AAT, however I do not know where to start based on my current knowledge. I am aware that AAT goes up in three levels - Introductory, intermediate and advanced. I just don't know whether this will learn me anything new, or will further my qualifications.

I did attend University for some time to study Accountancy further, but dropped out in my second year as I went onto full time employment. I am in a dilemma or where to start with my accountancy studies again, with an A-Level qualification already. I want to make the right choice for me based on my current knowledge.

Can anyone recommend the best way to get my Accounting studies kick started again?
 

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You can't just decide which level you wish to start at. You'd be placed at a level when you register as a student and that would be based on any exemptions that you might be able to claim on account of prior qualifications. I'm afraid your A level is probably not going to get you any exemptions, but best asking them for yourself just to be sure.

Best of luck of luck with your studies!
 

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