AAT Sri Lanka Examinations are held twice a year in January and July
All the questions papers will be In all three media,Sinhala, Tamil & English
There are 14 Examination Centres in the Country
Only AAT Sri Lanka students who have valid registration for the year of the examination including those who have renewedtheir student registration for that year are eligible to sit for these Examinations.
A candidate is allowed to sit for the Level lll, only if he /she has completed the Level l and Level ll.
Applying for Examinations
Examination Entry Forms and Pay-in-Vouchers are issued free of charge. One common form is used for all Levels. Normally, the Examination Entry Forms will be posted to students with valid Student Registration. If he / she has not received Examination Entry Form from the AAT Sri Lanka by post, student may obtain an examination entry form by calling over at the AAT Sri Lanka Examinations Division during office hours from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. on week days by producing his / her valid Student Identity Card. Examination Entry forms will NOT be issued without the valid Student Identity Card.
The Scheduled Dates of Issuing and Closing of Examination Entry Forms
18th, 19th, 25th, 26th July 2020
02nd April 2020
05th May 2020
18th May 2020
23rd, 24th, 30th, 31st January 2021
02nd October 2020
05th November 2020
16th November 2020
Forwarding Entry Forms
Completed Examination Entry Forms, together with all other necessary documents, should be sent under “Registered Post” in provided envelop to reach Head of Examinations - AAT Sri Lanka before the closing date of examination.
If a student calls over at the AAT Sri Lanka Examination Division, he/she can enclose his Examination Entry form and other documents in a 9’’ x 5’’ envelope and put it into the box kept at AAT Centre for that purpose. Envelopes are normally provided by the AAT Sri Lanka along with the Examination Entry form:
Late Examination Entry Forms will be accepted up to seven days from the normal closing date of Examination at the AAT Sri Lanka office, on payment of an additional 50% of the normal fee.
Per subject Rate (LKR)
Business Communication (BC)
(**Successful completion of Business Communication (BC) subject is compulsory to be a Passed Finalist)
Appearing for the Examination
The Examinations Division of AAT Sri Lanka will post admission cards, timetables, and Instructions to all eligible candidates about one week before the date of the examination.
If there is an error in their names, initials, registration number, medium, subject applied, N.I.C No., etc. that has to be corrected before the examination.
The dates of the examination, posting of admission cards and dates for obtaining duplicates of admission cards by those who have not received them, will be notified through press notice.
The signature and identity of the candidate in the admission card should be attested by a person specified therein. Candidates should appear for the examination on the due dates, with the duly attested admission card and proof of their identity, which is the N.I.C or Passport or Driving License and Student Identity Card issued by AAT Sri Lanka.
AAT Sri Lanka students are bound by the Examination Rules and Regulations Issued to candidates with the Admission Card and Time Table.
Facility to sit for the Foundation and Intermediate Level Together
A Candidate may apply for all the subjects and sit for the level l andlevel ll together or apply and sit for subject by subject , as desired as per the subject wise pass scheme operating from September 1998.