ABRSM and Trinity Exam dates and Fees | 2019
Are you ready to take your ABRSM and Trinity piano exam this Summer 2019? Please don’t miss the upcoming deadlines for Music Theory, Classical and jazz piano exams. Close venues to Camden, West Hampstead, St. John´s Wood and Swiss Cottage include Hampstead Town, Highgate or Central London.
Please do not hesitate to contact our piano teachers for further information about your exams or piano lessons.
ABRSM and Trinity College exams are a reliable measure of ability for music students which test skills that are often neglected such as sight reading and listening.
At Hampstead Piano Academy we make the graded exams a positive experience and rewarding process.
Both boards of examinations, ABRSM and Trinity, have updated their syllabus until 2020.
Although all scales and other supporting tests remain exactly the same as the previous syllabus, new pieces have been released.
As this may cause some confusions, please be aware of the following overlaps and deadline periods.
ABRSM Exams dates 2019
The new 2019 & 2020 ABRSM piano syllabus came into effect on 1st January 2019. All candidates are allowed to play set pieces from the 2017 & 2018 syllabus until 31st May 2019. Therefore, if you are thinking of taking an ABRSM or Trinity exam this Summer 2019, bear in mind this former syllabus will no longer be accepted.
|All instruments||Jazz Piano||Deadlines|
|Summer 2019||17 June to 20 July||17 – 29 June||Friday 10 May|
|Autumn 2019||4 Nov – 7 Dec||4 – 16 November||Friday 27 Sept|
ABRSM Practical Exam Fees 2019
ABRSM Practical Exam Marks
All ABRSM Practical exams are assessed in the following four subjects:
Three Performance pieces marked out of 30
Scales marked out of 21
Sight Reading marked out of 21
Aural skills marked out of 18
All Practical exams are marked out of a total of 150 points.
ABRSM Music Theory exam dates
|Summer 2019||Saturday 15 June||10 am||Friday 10 May|
|Autumn 2019||Wednesday 6 November||5 pm||Friday 27 Sept|
ABRSM Music Theory Exam Fees 2019
ABRSM Music Theory Exam Marks
All ABRSM Music Theory exams are marked out of 100%.
|Pass||66 – 79 %|
|Merit||80 – 89 %|
|Distinction||90 – 100 %|
Check their website if you need further info about the ABRSM exams dates and fees 2019.
Many of you may have heard of them. But what are UCAS points and how can you benefit from them?
Firstly, what does UCAS mean?
The acronym UCAS stands for The United Kingdom University and Colleges Admission Service.
Secondly, what are UCAS points?
They basically turn your grades and qualifications into a numerical value.
The good news is that music students with ABRSM qualifications at Grades 6 to 8 can benefit from UCAS points when applying to a college university or conservatoire in the UK.
Check the following table and find out what your qualifications are worth:
Trinity College Exams dates. Summer 2019.
The new piano syllabus is valid from 1st January 2018. Furthermore, the 2015-2017 syllabus expired on 31st December 2018 and students are no longer allowed to play any piece from that syllabus.
Summer application deadline and exams dates:
Many dates throughout the term, please check their website.