Here at Learn To Finance we thought it would be useful to put together a handy factsheet for everyone, with regard to the finer details of the AAT Professional Qualification, the options available to you, and where you can go from here once you have completed the Professional Diploma.
AAT Professional Diploma
The AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting contains the following mandatory modules:
- Management Accounting: Budgeting (MABU)
- Management Accounting: Decisions & Controls (MDCL)
- Financial Statements of Limited Companies (FSLC)
- Accounting Systems & Controls (ASYC)
- Professional Synoptic Exam (PSYA)
You must also complete two of the following five optional modules:
- Personal Tax (PLTX)
- Business Tax (BSTX)
- External Auditing (ETAU)
- Cash & Treasury Management (CTRM)
- Credit Management (CDMT)
The first three modules stated above each have an AAT exam to sit, whilst ASYC is directly incorporated into the Professional Synoptic Exam.
The two optional units are also exam based.
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Each exam is graded on the following scale:
Pass – 70% to 79%;
Merit – 80% to 89%;
Distinction – 90% to 100%.
How this exam is graded
Exams take place at an ‘AAT Approved assessment venue’, and you can search for your local exam venue on the AAT website. Please note, invigilation charges can vary quite widely from venue to centre so please do shop around!
The individual module exams can be sat at any time, depending on the availability of your local exam venue.
The Professional Synoptic exam can only be sat at certain times of the year. The timetable can be found on the AAT’s website.
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