Which AAT course level should I study?

Which AAT course level?Wondering which AAT course level to start at? Take our online initial assessment quiz and receive free tutor guidance on which AAT level is right for you.


Simply choose the options below:

It is vital that you start your AQ2016 AAT accountancy / bookkeeping course at the right level.  If you start at too low a level you’ll find it too easy and you may lose enthusiasm; if you start at too high a level you’ll find it too difficult and may not be able to achieve the qualification.

To help ensure you make the right choice we have developed a short initial assessment quiz which you can access here: AAT Access level 1 or Access Foundation Certificate. One of our qualified tutors will mark and return directly to you free of charge. Once you’ve completed this it will be clear which level and qualification are right for you and you can proceed confidently that you’ve made the right choice.

If you have work experience or qualifications within manual bookkeeping there may be an option to start at Advanced Diploma in Accounting course level. To see if you are eligible please click here to access our online AAT Initial Assessment. This assessment has questions that are designed to help the tutor’s at Premier Training assess and advise at which level is the most suitable for you to start. If you wish to take the test, please complete then click submit. The quiz is then automatically emailed to a Premier Training tutor for prompt marking and a Premier Training tutor will contact you with your results and suggest correct AAT level and qualification is right for you.

Please call or contact us here to discuss if you can start at the AAT professional level

Free AAT Webinar

The AAT and Premier Training jointly hosted a webinar with an overview of the AAT technician qualification and the benefits of studying AAT distance learning courses. Below are a few key points:

  • Start your studies the same day
  • Instant access to tutor support
  • Award-winning learning resources
  • Prompt marking turnaround