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AAT creating a host of e-learning support
The AAT has beefed up its learning support offering for its PQs, ready for the introduction of AQ2016.
The new dashboard on the ‘Green Light’ tests mean students will see the average score for their tests, creating a more competitive environment.
Perhaps more importantly, the AAT has updated the scoring so you will get marks if you get the answer partially right. The Green Light tests have been a massive hit with PQs and some 2.2m have been sat since their introduction.
With the move to synoptic tests the AAT is offering a new ‘lucky dip’ Green Light option. This test will take 10 questions from across the whole level.
The AAT has also created modules on professional business communication to help with the increased emphasis on the written elements. These look at the right way to send a business email, report and other types of presentations. You are even given a chance to practise writing your own report.
A student and tutor qualification introduction video to the new qualification should help to bring AQ2016 to life.
And you can add to this the 67 e-learning modules and 51 key calculation videos.
The AAT is encouraging its students to visit the App Store of Google Play and download the Aurasma app. You need to swipe through the tutorial and create an account. Search aat.ls and press Follow.
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