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Once payment has been taken, subscribers will be able to get a discount code from your mentor.
Please note the discount is not available to students in the 7-day trial period.
You are allowed to bring a basic calculator to your exam. A pen/pencil and scrap paper will be provided, however you won’t be able to take this home after the exam.
If you already have working knowledge, you can use the AAT’s skill check test launch to determine the right starting level for you.
If you already have working knowledge, you may be able to gain exemptions from some exams. For details, use the ACCA’s exemption calculator launch.
If you already have working knowledge, you may be able to gain exemptions from some exams. For details, please see CIMA’s exemption forms.
As with any distance learning course, it depends on how much time you can dedicate to your studies. We recommend you study 6-8 hours per week. Below is a guide to show how long it could take to complete your course with Eagle, based on these suggested hours.
AAT Accounting route
Level 2 Accounting: 6-12 months
Level 3 Accounting: 9-12 months
Level 4 Accounting :12-18 months
Full syllabus: 27-42 months
AAT Bookkeeping route
Level 2 Bookkeeping: 3-5 months
Level 3 Bookkeeping: 6-9 months
Bookkeeping course: 9-14 months
Full syllabus: 18-28 months
Diploma in Accounting and Business (Foundations Level): 12 months
Applied Knowledge: 6-12 months
Applied Skills: 18-24 months
Strategic Professional: 12 -18 months
Certificate in Business and Accounting: 12 months
Professional Operational: 12 months
Professional Management: 12 months
Professional Strategic: 12 months
Yes, our distance learning courses are all available online. You can study anytime and anywhere. Our subscription is entirely flexible and fits around your lifestyle.
However, in order to sit your exams, you will need to locate your nearest venue. You can do so using the below links:
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