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Preparing for live online examinations

Following on from our session on Recorded Exams on Wednesday 6 October, we continue our exploration of new digital options for taking instrumental/vocal exams.

In this free webinar, Ivor Flint explains the process for carrying out live-streamed online exams, looking at everything from booking exam slots and preparing your students, through to what equipment to use and pre-exam checks to mitigate against technical issues.

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Digital examinations are available from the following examination boards:

  • ABRSM - offers digital options for music performance and theory exams:
    Performance grades exams are available for Initial*, Grade 1-8 and ARSM.

    Online theory exams are available anytime, anywhere at Grades 1-5.

    *Piano and Bowed Strings only
  • LCME - offers digital options for all examinations: lcme.uwl.ac.uk
  • MTB - offers digitals option for all examinations:

MTB About
MTB Taking the exam
MTB recording advice
MTB Syllabuses

  • RSL Awards - offers recorded and livestream digital graded music examinations across its Rockschool and RSL Classical publications: Graded music exams
  • Trinity College London - offers a digital pre-record submission option for its Classical and Jazz, Rock & Pop grades and Music Diploma exams (ATCL and LTCL).

Digital Classical and Jazz Grades
Digital Rock & Pop Grades
Digital Music Diplomas

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