AAT REMOTE ASSESSMENTS
You are now able to take a number of selected Level 2 and Level 3 assessments via remote invigilation (RI). This gives you the opportunity to take your assessment at home or at another secure location of your choice. These assessments are automatically recorded throughout the exam by the software. All recordings are then reviewed by the AAT.
There are pros and cons to taking remote assessments. It is import ant you understand what these are before deciding to take a remote assessment. You will find the AAT Remote Invigilation User Guide useful in making that choice.
You can take your assessment at home or at another secure location of your choice.
Assessments can be booked for any day of the week, including weekends to fit around your domestic.
You can fit your commitments around the Assessment within 72 hours of your date of booking. (To confirm your booking we require at least one WORKING day notice in addition to the 2 days minimum notice required by the AAT.)
Your must select your ‘exam room’ with care. It must be free from interruptions or distractions. You will be need to record a 360-degree view of the room. Any irregularities to this will be picked up by the AAT and your result will be voided.
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You will need a PC or laptop with the minimum software and hardware specification including a functioning webcam and microphone as described in the find the AAT Remote Invigilation User Guide
You MUST have a stable internet connection during the assessment. You are advised to use a wired connection rather than WIFI even when using a laptop. Any drop-off might result in your assessment being declared null and void.
Software and Support
You are advised to setup your software well in advance of your assessment date and to take a practice exam to ensure compatibility between the Remote exam software and your PC.
You will be responsible for managing any technical issues during your assessment. As there will be no back up invigilation support available, you will be responsible for submitting any incident report directly to the AAT.
What else should you know?
You will have a dedicated work area within the software for your rough workings. Scrap paper is not allowed
Calculators are not allowed. There is an online calculator for your use.
Your result will be released within 15 working days.