Prepare for the Association of Taxation Technicians’ exam with our leading training programme. We support you from day one with our proven study programmes and unparalleled tax and training experts.
- Your route to the essential tax qualification for those working in tax compliance
- Specialist trainers with outstanding pass rates
- Guaranteed Pass Scheme
Important notice: Coronavirus
In light of the current situation, all courses for the May and November 2021 ATT and CTA Exams will be run as Online Tuition Live (OTL) until at least 2nd July 2021. We will continue to monitor the situation to determine whether it is safe to have a gradual return to face to face courses from July 2021 onwards.
All 2021 ADIT tuition and revision courses will now be run as Online Tuition Live (OTL).
Exam sittings take place twice a year. Register by the end of February 2020 for the May 2020 sitting and by the end of August 2020 for the November 2020 sitting.
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The Association of Taxation Technicians’ exam is essential for those working in tax compliance. Our flexible learning options make sure you are thoroughly prepared.
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Our expert trainers are on hand with advice and practical guidance in order to help you succeed.
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One of the reasons for our students’ excellent exam results is the wide range of study options that we offer.
Online Tuition Live
Tolley’s Online Tuition Live (OTL) provides you with the same high-quality teaching you receive in the classroom but with the added flexibility of joining from the comfort of your own home or office.
Guaranteed Pass Scheme
Ensuring you have the ability and confidence to pass first time with Tolley.
The scheme combines our tuition and revision courses. All eligible students enrolled on this programme will be given one free distance learning and revision course, if, in the unlikely event, they fail their examinations.
Distance learning and revision course
Study in your own time, at your own pace. When you sign up for a distance learning course, you will receive a wealth of targeted material written by our own tutors.
Kick start your studies by attending our taught classroom courses. Presented by experienced tutors, these classes explain technical topics in a straightforward way, focusing on the key areas for the examination.
Fine tune your technical knowledge and practice your exam technique with our question-based revision. Maximise your knowledge with a course that focuses on question practice and best approach.
Our ATT November 2020 pass rates
We are confident our pass rates will continue to significantly surpass the national average and our wide range of study options help to achieve this.
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* Pass rates for those enrolled on the Guaranteed Pass Scheme
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Frequently Asked Questions
What written ATT papers do I have to sit?
There are two compulsory core papers and you choose the third non-core paper based on your area of specialism. These papers are sat in May and November each year and you can sit any number of papers at a time.
What do the written ATT papers consist of?
The written papers are split into short form questions and between three and six longer style questions. These are a mixture of computational and written questions. Each paper is three hours and 15 minutes in length.
How do the ATT computer based examinations work?
Each computer based examination is online and one hour long. They can be sat at any time during the year. The pass mark is 60% (30 correct answers out of 50 questions).
How do I become a member of the ATT?
In order to become a member of the ATT, you must have two years’ practical experience, as well as passing the exams. You can out more about the ATT papers and exemptions at www.att.org.uk.