3 things you can do this weekend to prepare for the Music Aptitude Test & Scholarship

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We are half-way through the Autumn half-term 1 and Music Aptitude Test sessions are in full swing at the moment with Year 6 students all across the UK sitting the listening test imminently. Some schools will hold the musical performance and interview auditions at the same time as the test. Here are our top tips for both sections. These are all things you can do this weekend. Best of luck and if you need any help with the test, join our free online Facebook support group. Please note that due to a very high number of emails, it is not always possible to respond to individual requests about the test.

  1. Perform your audition piece(s) to your friends and family in a formal recital at home. Set up the seating in a concert-style arrangement. Announce the title and composer of your pieces before you playing.
  2. Find out one fun fact about the composer of your piece(s). In our recent Group Workshop, we found out that Vivaldi’s nickname was The Red Priest and that J.C.Bach was the eighteenth son of J.S.Bach.
  3. Listen to this video I made to help you with the tricky texture section. You can also check out my Smurf hair!

Need any more help?

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With over a decade of experience preparing students for music scholarships, Lorraine Liyanage can tell you everything you need to know about state school music scholarships.
With over a decade of experience preparing students for music scholarships, Lorraine Liyanage can tell you everything you need to know about state school music scholarships.

You can email me with any questions about the Music Aptitude Test in return for the price of a coffee. I receive a high volume of emails about the Music Scholarship process for state secondary schools and whilst I would like to reply individually to each email, it does take an enormous amount of time to do so. If you have found the advice useful, please feel free to click below and buy me a coffee!

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If you don’t want to buy me a coffee then feel free to post your questions on the free online discussion forum for Music Scholarships and these will be answered once a month.

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