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Thread: Theory exams

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    Theory exams

    Hello my friends

    I want to know where I stand regarding theory. I have a tendency to jump between different levels of difficulty and later "connect" everything to form a "big picture". That's how I like to study.
    But this represents a problem which is I really don't know what is my level, I mean, if I wanted to go to a theory course I couldn't say in this level x or y.

    Is there any site where I can get free exams by level with classifications?

    Thank you

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    Speed read this:
    http://www.billygreen.pwp.blueyonder...20Advanced.pdf
    It's in three sections; Basic, Intermediate and advanced. Speed read starting with pages one, when you have to slow down that is your level.

    Or --- http://www.mymusictheory.com/grade-1-contents/
    Last edited by Malcolm; 05-22-2012 at 02:47 PM.

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    You might look around the ABRSM site, I think you can find graded syllabus information but I don't know about free exams

    http://www.abrsm.org/en/home

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    Speed read starting with pages one, when you have to slow down that is your level.
    That's a good practical way to do it.

    You might look around the ABRSM site, I think you can find graded syllabus information but I don't know about free exams
    I already knew this site before. As far as I know, they don't have free exams.

    Thank you for the links.

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