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Re: Piano Exam Group [Re: WiseBuff] #2686796
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Congrats Earlofmar! I often ask myself the same thing ... why?


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Re: Piano Exam Group [Re: WiseBuff] #2687200
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Sounds like you did well. I think taking these exams pushes us to be better pianists. That's what I found with my exam this year.

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Originally Posted by earlofmar


I think it's about a two week wait for results so I will update you all when the news comes in.



I got my AMEB Grade 8 piano results online the very next day, and the report and certificate were mailed to me 2-3 days after. It may be different in different states. I'm in Victoria.

Did you self enrol or did you enrol through your teacher? Either way, your result may be waiting for you online. If you're eager, go to AMEB Connect website or call your teacher.

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Good luck earlofmar, and whatever the result, congratulations for putting in all the hard work to get to this point. Bet you did great!

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Originally Posted by Tubbie0075

I got my AMEB Grade 8 piano results online the very next day, and the report and certificate were mailed to me 2-3 days after.



Just got the results (and report) online this afternoon, it is a B Credit grin and I will be grinning from ear to ear for a few days I think. The examiners remarks while most positive, made mention that I lost marks due to some technical errors I made. This wasn't unexpected, because try as I might I was nervous enough to make some silly slips. That is life, glad it is over and very pleased to have made it through.


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Congratulations earlofmar! That is a great result, especially for your first exam. I know you worked hard for this and it paid off!

I wish ABRSM would get with the times and have results available online. Waiting two to three weeks is terrible.

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Well done earlofmar, and well deserved!

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That is wonderful news earlofmar!! Congratulations on a well earned accomplishment. Way to go! Celebrate and then on to the next level?


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Originally Posted by earlofmar

Just got the results (and report) online this afternoon, it is a B Credit grin and I will be grinning from ear to ear for a few days I think. The examiners remarks while most positive, made mention that I lost marks due to some technical errors I made. This wasn't unexpected, because try as I might I was nervous enough to make some silly slips. That is life, glad it is over and very pleased to have made it through.



AMEB Grade 5 is no joke. It's the first intermediate grade and the expectations are high. Well done and congratulations!



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Yay! That is a great result. Well done! Nerves can be the worst. I have major hand shaking problems when I'm nervous.

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Thanks for the well wishes guys. Did it this morning. I don't think it went particularly well but there some good bits too. It's my first exam and very hard to judge as I have no idea what kind of standard they expect. We'll done earlofmar, enjoyed the report too. I'll post my own mini report later today!


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The Jazz exam is largely the same overall structure but they make some changes to make it more jazzy. For example each piece has a head that you are expected to play accurately, an improv section where you play the given chord groove in the LH and improvise some suitable melody for a fixed number of measures and then some repetition of the head and/or a coda which you are expected to embellish in any number of ways. The sight-reading part is replaced by a 'quick study' which can either be sight-read or heard play by the examiner 3 times with small breaks to work it out. Then you play the piece at tempo and play an improvised response of the same number of bars. I was surprised when the examiner actually counted me in so no playing it a bit slower for safety! Then there are scales (fewer required for each grade but more types/modes than classical) and aural test which is largely the same.

I felt very very unprepared for the exam. I think I had a total of 3 lessons where we spent any meaningful time on exam stuff. The night before the exam, I discovered that I was playing the completely wrong left hand groove for the improv section of one of my songs. So I basically had to relearn a new left hand part the night before. In fact everything I practiced the night before went badly so I decided to give up and get some sleep instead.

My exam was first thing in the morning and I was first on the roster for the day. Someone else was in the practice room and he was doing the same jazz 3 grade (I recognised other pieces from the syllabus.) At first he sounded really good and that made me worry more. But as I listened more, he kept stopping at parts or making little mistakes and in a strange way, this made me feel better. I guess because it made me feel that mistakes are just natural part of everyone's exam.

For the exam itself, my nerves held together pretty well, mainly because I didn't expect to do well anyway. All problems were entirely due to lack of preparation which is good because that's something I can control. The scales were fine I think. The first piece went fairly well but I messed up the coda a bit. The second piece I started playing too quickly and couldn't seem to slow myself down. Something about the bouncy keys on the nice upright piano made my fingers keep going at full speed. This was the piece with the wrong left hand part learned. It went pretty badly as expected but I largely kept going so maybe that'll count for something. The third piece, usually my strongest, went ok but I don't think I was good enough with dynamics and overall control. The quick-study was terrible because I'm pretty bad at pure sight-reading. 30 seconds is never enough. But again I kept going at tempo so maybe I'll scrape something. And the aural stuff I found fairly easy, it's definitely my strength. Results will be in a few weeks. I don't really know what to expect results wise. When I type it out it seems like I did ok actually, but I have no idea what standards are expected.

Overall I'm glad I did it. And the result doesn't matter too much because I know I wasn't well prepared and all the time I spent doing non-exam stuff has made me much better at piano overall than if I had focused on the exam non-stop for the past few months.


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congratulations sharkeyboard, it doesn't sound like your exam was a complete train wreck which I assume must happen to some people, so that is a positive. I assume most exam systems are similar in that an imperfect performance on the day will lose marks but not write you off. I found that a hard concept to grasp, and had to see it myself before I really believed it. I am sure you have done well, now the interminable wait for the results.


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Congratulations on your first jazz exam, sharkeyboard! Thanks for the detailed description of the process. It sounds pretty challenging! I am sure you did just fine. It seems all of us adult candidates have problems with nerves!

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Swiss MS, Didn't you share that your teacher had you solidify the repertoire in the grade you had just successfully passed before moving on to the next level? How did that work? I know I'm planning to broaden my coverage of repertoire in both levels 6& 7 before attempting another exam. I also need to do a LOT of test/performance before going forward. Technique is not getting easier that's for sure. The 16note speed requirements may make the next exam level not realistic. Maybe I should go back and do level 4 instead. Hahaha


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HI Wisebuff! Yes, my teacher had me play several more grade 7 pieces before beginning grade 8. We only took a couple of them to performance level. Her goal was to have me learn them and play them fluently in three weeks. Most of these pieces were 4-5 pages, so that took a lot of work! The other thing that she did was start me on Hannon as well as Czerny School of Velocity. It all helped really solidify my technique before tackling the grade 8 pieces. The jump from ABRSM 7-8 seems huge. I plan on learning several of the grade 8 pieces before the exam, and then choosing those I do best with.

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The velocity from 6 to 7 in RCM is also a big jump. Speed has never been a friend to me in piano but I've increased substantially...just not close yet. The level 7 etudes are all about speed. Also memorization is a must. I'm thinking at least 2 years of intense work.


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I got a merit in my exam! I'm really pleased. I scored 127/150 (100=pass, 120=merit, 130=distinction)

Got really nice feedback as well. It seems, based on the feedback and scores, that the big emphasis is on keeping the groove going no matter what and playing with confidence and conviction rather than accuracy. I thought I butchered the sight-reading part so I laughed when the comment said "mostly accurate".


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great score, so heartiest congratulations on passing.


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Keep the groove! Congratulations on your excellent results sharkeyboard! Well done. Just saw a youtube video the other day about keeping the rhythm and how classical pianists are worse at that than jazz and other genres. So glad you have that beat in you.


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Congratulations sharkeyboard! That is an excellent result, especially for your first exam!

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Originally Posted by sharkeyboard
I got a merit in my exam! I'm really pleased. I scored 127/150 (100=pass, 120=merit, 130=distinction)

Got really nice feedback as well. It seems, based on the feedback and scores, that the big emphasis is on keeping the groove going no matter what and playing with confidence and conviction rather than accuracy. I thought I butchered the sight-reading part so I laughed when the comment said "mostly accurate".



Congratulations! 127 is a high achievement score, especially for your first ever exam. Well done :-)



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Hi
Could I join this group? I've been struggling to regain my enthusiasm for an exam which I previously tried and didn't pass a few years ago. I regrouped but then had a pretty bad hand injury and am now regrouping again. I'm aiming for April for an RCM exam.

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Could I join this group?


anyone can join in, so welcome. I do hope you get your mojo back.


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Welcome Cagal!! We are cheerleaders and support group as we work through the learning process of doing exams. I'm not sure any of us are "required" to do exams but we find value in the process of preparation and enjoy the affirmation of passing one. We all are at different levels and different exam systems. I'm working the RCM system and I expect it will take me two years to prepare this level...others are MUCH faster. I'm working towards 7 at the moment.

Looking forward to hearing about your progresss.

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Originally Posted by sharkeyboard
I got a merit in my exam! I'm really pleased. I scored 127/150 (100=pass, 120=merit, 130=distinction)

Got really nice feedback as well. It seems, based on the feedback and scores, that the big emphasis is on keeping the groove going no matter what and playing with confidence and conviction rather than accuracy. I thought I butchered the sight-reading part so I laughed when the comment said "mostly accurate".

Well done, great result!!

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Thanks for the welcome! I came back to piano after about 30 years away with a goal to complete RCM grade 10. I decided to go all in and try to do well enough to qualify for ARCT. It's been challenging but after reading about the successes here I'm ready to refocus and get it done. One of my biggest issues is memorization. I can barely remember what I had for lunch much less memorize almost an hour of music lol

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I'm looking for a pen pal, partner in crime for RCM level 10 exam. We can talk about anything, theory, history, repertoire etc. Any problem, progress we had. I haven't done much of the written exam yet, but don't mind discuss about it. If anyone is interested, please PM me.

Good luck everyone!


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I'm checking in a bit late but I passed ABRSM Theory Grade 5 with a 77 after taking it early Nov. I decided not to bother memorizing the vocab cause if I ever see a word I don't know I'm just going to look it up really quick. Too much effort to memorize hundreds of words shortly just for maybe 5 points. I also goofed a bar in the composition problem because I was getting frustrated and wanted to get the exam over with. Between those (about 10 points) losing a few points here and there on the other topics like describing intervals and chords/cadences, I fell just short of a merit. Ooh well. On to Grade 7 practical this spring hopefully. I crunched for time and have a lot of stuff going on these next few months so we'll see.

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Kahtwoloo - congratulations of passing you theory test! I know what you mean about all the terms! I carried flashcards and practiced on the train everyday. It is a lot to remember.

Which grade 7 pieces are you doing? I did 7 last spring and will be doing Grade 8 in the fall this year. It seems like a big jump from 7 to 8!

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