The AAT pass mark for each exam (assessment) is 70%.
If you are undertaking an ‘accounting’ qualification your % pass mark for each exam will contribute to your overall qualification grade.
Are there exam grades? How do they work?
There are no grades given for individual exams, but you will be given an AAT pass mark %.
(N.B. If you are undertaking a Bookkeeping qualification you do not receive an AAT pass mark % and your qualification is not graded.)
Your overall qualification grade will be calculated using the results of your individual exams. Each exam has a different weighted contribution to your overall grade, as shown in the table below.
The Synoptic paper has the greatest weighting towards your final grade at 30-35%.
Your qualification grades are as follows:
To help predict your final grade the AAT has created a grade calculator, which you can access once you have registered with the AAT through their MyAAT portal.
You are able to resit any exam to improve your grade if you wish to (although this will involve extra cost)! If you resat an exam and achieved a lower % than your first attempt, your original AAT pass mark would stand.