On 1st September 2013, the AAT AQ2013 was introduced, replacing the AQ2010 syllabus.
If you begin a new level now
You will be automatically assigned to the AQ2013 syllabus. Learn more about each level here:
If you are part way through an AQ2010 level
You have the option to transfer to AQ2013. Depending on which units you’ve passed and what you have to complete, transferring may involve sitting transitional assessments. See our short questionnaire below for our recommendation on whether to transfer to AQ2013.
There is also further information on the AAT website, including some FAQs.
I’m studying AQ2010, should I transfer to the new syllabus?
|Q1. Which level are you studying and which units have you completed?
|Have you passed
BCCG or WEAF?
|Have you passed
PEAF or CMGT?
|Have you started or passed ICAS?
Or do you only have BTX / PTX outstanding?
Move onto Question 2
Transfer to AQ2013. Enrol on the new AQ13 unit/s (see this FAQ on which units) to be automatically transferred. You won’t need to sit a transitional assessment.
|Q2. Will you complete your level by the 31st December 2014?
Do not transfer, stay on AQ2010. You do not need to take any action.
Transfer to AQ2013. You may need to sit transitional assessments. See “How to transfer” below
How to transfer
If you have already passed BCCG, WEAF, PEAF or ICAS, you need to sit a corresponding Transitional Assessment to demonstrate your knowledge of new topics examined under the AQ2013 syllabus.
If you are a Kaplan student, contact us when you are ready to study for your transitional assessment (see which AQ2010 units have transitional assessments). We will organise your free assessment, materials and support to help you prepare.
The Level 4 ICAS assessment is online. Contact us so we can enrol you:
Call 020 7520 1119 or email email@example.com
All other assessments are at our centres. Contact us for available exam dates and an enrolment form:
Contact your preferred Kaplan centre
We regret we cannot arrange a transitional assessment if you do not study with Kaplan.
FAQs on transferring to AQ2013