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Assessment

Set your own assessment pace

AAT assess the skills you’ve developed using flexible and practical computer based assessments (CBAs). There’s no set time to take these tests – you can sit them as and when you’re ready, with the agreement of your training provider.

Immediate results for online testing

Your understanding of many learning and assessment areas is measured using formal tests, marked automatically and with provisional results available to view straight away. This means that you’ll have more knowledge and control of how you’re progressing.

Balance of learning methods

Not every assessment is an online test; some learning and assessment areas use other computer-administered methods, including projects, reports or workplace evidence. These types of assessment, and some of the online tests which have extended written questions, are marked by hand with the results available up to and including six weeks later.

 

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