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Practical & Performance Grades Exam

Performance Grades (digital exam) are the new performance-focused exams introduced by ABRSM for 2021, which examiners assess remotely from a video recording submitted by the candidate.

The exams are equivalent in demand and value to the Practical Grades but have a different emphasis with a strong focus on performance, including communication, interpretation and delivery. 

Performance Grades are available on-demand. There are no booking periods or exam sessions so you can choose when to book, record and submit the exam. You can submit your video when you book or at any time during the next 28 days.   

As for the Practical Grades (face-to-face) exams, 3 exam pieces, scales & arpeggios, sight-reading and aural test are the requirements needed. 

For further remotely-assessed Performance Grades Exam & Practical Exam information and booking information, click on the link below

Online Music Theory Exam

Candidate can take the exam on any date and at any time within 28 days of booking. The exam link will be available in the candidate’s account three hours after booking. 

Online exams can take place in any suitable location where you have access to a laptop or computer with a webcam and the internet.  

All candidates will need an ABRSM account to access their exam. Once an exam is booked, we email candidates with information about setting up an account.   

To allow system updates, there will be so

 

For  Music Theory exams at Grades 6 to 8, they are paper-based assessments that take place on set dates.  


For further Music Theory information and resources , click on the link below;

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Trinity Digital Grades & Diplomas Exam 

Trinity has released the new syllabus specifications for Trinity’s Digital Grades and Diplomas (Music, Rock & Pop, Drama).

 

These are now available to download from Trinity website and detail all the requirements for the assessments. There is also a short video to help candidates prepare for the exams.

For further Trinity Digital or Physical Grades & Diplomas exam and  information and resources click on the link below

Online Music Theory Exam

The Trinity regular theory examination will take place on the 4 November 2023, Saturday with proper social distancing measures in place. 

Registration date is from 7 July to 31 August 2023. 

For further  Music Theory exam information and resources click on the link below;

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LCME Recorded Exam 

Unfortunately, LCME are not able to confirm a date for the resumption of their overseas face to face exam sessions at the moment. They are paying close attention to the situation as it evolves in each region. They will resume overseas operations as soon as it is safe to do so. 

However, both the Digital Recorded examination ia available for everyone, at any time. Kindly check the registration and closing dates for your relevant examinations.

Please contact the local representatives for details on the fess and dates where the exams will be scheduled in Singapore

Online Theory Exam

Theory exams are also available in an online format for the first time from Winter 2020. 

The online theory platform enables candidates to take any exam from LCM Theory of Music and Popular Music Theory syllabuses remotely.

This new platform has been designed with a range of features to help candidates navigate their way through clearly and confidently. These include:

  • Access to practise sessions

  • An online notepad

  • Video demos

 

The format and components of these exams follow the current LCME syllabuses for Theory of Music and Popular Music Theory.

For further  Music Theory exam information and resources click on the link below;

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