AAT Remote Invigilation
External and Self Study Students
Students wanting to sit an assessment via remote invigilation should contact their training provider in the first instance to see if they are able to schedule the assessment.
In the event they are unable to facilitate this, or if you are self-studying, we will be able to schedule this for you.
Remote Invigilation (2016 syllabus)
Before deciding to sit your assessment via remote invigilation, it is important that you understand how it works.
Please click here for more information on remote invigilation for selected AAT assessments (this will take you directly to the AAT site).
What follows is a brief snapshot of some key points, but we would urge you to please read the AAT Remote Invigilation User Guide before making a booking.
- Be aware of the minimum supporting specifications and software needed.
- You will need a working webcam & microphone (laptops are fine).
- You will need a room free from distractions and interruptions. You will be required to record a 360-degree view of the room.
- In the event of any IT issues during your exam, you will be responsible for submitting your own incident report with the AAT.
- Scrap paper is not permitted. There will be an area within the portal where you can make notes.
- Calculators are not permitted; an online version will be provided within the portal.
- You MUST have a stable internet connection during the assessment. Any drop-off might result in your assessment being declared null and void.
- Your result will be released within 15 working days.
If you are unsure about whether remote invigilation (RI) would be a suitable option, please contact us at email@example.com or on 0121 323 4477
In addition to the AAT assessment fee (£49 to £56, depending on which assessment it is) and the remote invigilation fee (£35), we charge a £15 administration fee.
If you would like to make a booking, or have any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help.