Hi my name is Rebecca and in this video I talk you through what I want I had actually understood prior to I studied AAT. I am both AAT and ACA certified so in this video I show you my ideas and precisely what I want I had actually understood prior to studying AAT (AAT level 2, AAT level 3, AAT level 4) and it may likewise respond to a couple of concerns that you have. If you are presently aiming to study accounting the following playlist may assist you too:-RRB- please do think about subscribing however otherwise I hope you discover it beneficial x.


  1. Thank you to all of you for supporting the channel and for your lovely comments I have just released my brand new website so thought that I would leave a link here where you can find even more free content to help with your studies x ๐Ÿ’—

    1. Hi A.S usually a degree would provide you with exemptions towards the AAT however if you go to the AAT website they have a criteria and exemption checker where you can put in your qualification and it will let you know what exemptions you have ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Heyy I just want to you ask can you only study aat level 2 and then find a accounting job

    1. Hi Jassy yes certainly you can, I would always say to have a look at apprenticeship schemes to see if there are any employers who are looking for an apprentice and who will pay your study fees and put you through the aat as that way you can also gain experience on the job ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. This is such a wonderful and motivational video, I cannot thank you enough as you have given me hope for a future in accounting and the courage to start studying with a distance learning provider.

  4. Hi. Thank you for your in detail video. I have recently moved to UK from India. I have 4 years of experience in Accounts Payables, do you think AAT would help me in getting a job here?

    1. Hi Richa yes absolutely it is a widely recognised qualification hun but it might be worth trying to obtain a training contract where they pay for your studies while you work x

    1. Hi Luke with the aat some training providers now allow you to take the exam at home but the majority are in a centre or classroom x

  5. hiya!, love your video very informative. can I just ask if I can apply to a Level 3 AAT with a BTEC qualification unrelated to business or finance?

    1. Hi Trina aww thank you that’s lovely, I am not 100 percent sure without going through the criteria check myself however if you go to the aat website they have a check where you can pop in any prior qualifications and it will show if you have passed their entry criteria hun x

  6. I have no qualifications currently. I am taking my GCSEs this year & next year I planning on beginning my accountancy journey. I am unsure if I should do bookkeeping or accountancy ? Which one is better ? Or more higher paying ?

    1. Hi F C thats a very good question hun, both bookkeeping and accounting have their merits but if you would like a direct answer for how much each earn try indeed and Reed the websites and you can gauge a good answer x both do pay very well

    2. @Miss Finance Hi, can both routes lead up to the big 4 firms ?, Iโ€™m an adult going through a career change & just want to go down the best route.

  7. Such a great video. In my mid 30s and looking for a career change. About to register for an AAT Foundation (level 2) course and you have put my mind at ease. Do you recommend a good training provider for distance learning? I’m considering my options but ICS Learn is a possible one. Thanks again!

    1. Hi Keith that’s lovely to hear ๐Ÿ™‚ yes a few off the top of my head are first intuition, Osborne, ics learn, Kaplan x

  8. Hai . I am from Northern Ireland Belfast . I would like to start aat leave . From where can I start ? Guide me to some of the institutes please ?

    1. Hi Jesu I would suggest taking a look at the AAT website or the ICB website as they have a lot of detailed guidance on there on where to start

  9. Hi Iโ€™m just about to start my level 2 AAT with staysharp. Would you say I can complete it quicker than 6-12 months if I do 7 or 8 hours every day? And is staysharp a reliable course provider? Thankyou

    1. Hi hun you can definitely do level 2 in 6 to 12 months x and I haven’t heard of staysharp previously but I will take a look ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Hi Rebecca great video! I dropped out of uni as I want to study AAT at a night course. Would u recommend going to level 3 straight away without any experience ?

    1. Hi Ollie yes I think it is doable certainly but i would recommend taking the credential check on the aat website as once completed it recommends a course level to start with x

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