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Practical Exam Schedule
Please print and fill out this form completely. Bring it with you to your examination.

Student's Name:

Jing Li

Student RCME#:

12S97945

Examination:

Practical Piano Grade 9

Confirmation Number:

1245476

Date of Examination:

TBD

Time of Examination:

TBD

Examination Centre:

-

Examination Centre Representative:

Mary Jo Carrabre
Telephone:

(204) 728-3140

E-mail:

carrabrem@brandonu.ca

Piano, Accordion, Guitar, Harp, Harpsichord, and Organ Examination Program
1. Piano candidates are expected to have prepared using the Piano Syllabus, 2008 Edition.
Choose the order of your Examination (Ear Tests & Sight Reading will be conducted at the end):
Repertoire, Studies/Etudes, Technical Tests
Technical Tests, Studies/Etudes, Repertoire
3. For Levels 2 - Teacher’s ARCT: In the Ear Tests section, will you be singing or identifying intervals?

4. List your Repertoire selections and Studies/Etudes in the order in which you will be playing them (please consult the
Etudes requirements for your grade):

Order of
Repertoire

List
(A, B, etc.)

Title of Selection

Identify

Sing

current syllabus for the Repertoire and Studies/

Check if the selection is memorized Composer

Page
Number(s)

Composer

Teachers's Choice or
Page
Number(s) Popular Selection
List?

1
2
3
4
5
6
Order

Title of Selection

1
2
IMPORTANT: Candidates doing the Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced Piano Pedagogy Examinations should print out their respective Examination Program forms from the forms and service- Program forms” section of the website, examinations.rcmusic.ca.

Practical Examination Checklist

Upon Applying for an Examination
You must arrange for an accompanist (if required);
Arrange to bring original copies of the music to be performed to the Examination;
You must secure permission for any photocopies of music to be used at the
Examination from the copyright holder.

For the Day of the Examination
Plan to arrive 15 minutes early;
Arrange for the accompanist (if required) to arrive 15 minutes early;
Fill out the Piano, Accordion, Guitar, Harp, Harpsichord, and Organ Assessment
Program form;
Organize and take all music to be performed for the Examination;
Flag the first page of the selections you will be performing with a paper clip or a
“sticky note”;
Choose proper footwear to wear during the Examination.

At the Examination Centre
A tune-up room for guitar Examinations may be provided for tuning; candidates should bring their own tuners as pianos are not provided in the tune-up room;
Bags, coats, and instrument cases must be left in the waiting area;
Candidates may be asked to present photo identification before being admitted into the Examination room.
Recording devices are strictly prohibited in the Examination room;
Only the candidate and the accompanist (if applicable) are permitted into the
Examination room;
Parents, other family members, teachers, and friends must wait in the designated waiting area;
Standing and listening outside the Examination room is not permitted.

After the Examination
Practical Examination results are available on our website
(http://examinations.rcmusic.ca) approximately 4 – 6 weeks after the
Examination.
Access your results on-line on your "My Exams" tab.
Print and save a copy of your results (including the examiner’s comments) for your records.

If You Cannot Attend Your Examination, then…
You may be able to reschedule it for the same…