QUOTE(sarah-flute @ Jun 27 2007, 04:22 PM)
No, I'm just recovering from a bug and trying to beat my boredom with spending WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY too much time online
Didn't mean to stalk you, honest!
Hope you feel a lot better soon. I don't mind - you answered my questions, quickly too
QUOTE(SueHM @ Jun 27 2007, 05:00 PM)
Why don't you just work through some past papers or the Theory in Practice books to refresh your memory? You'll probably find it all comes back quicker than you think. If you start now, you have a pretty good chance of sitting grade 4 in the next session or in the Spring. Much cheaper to do that than another exam fee!
I have looked at them, but it just didn't seem to go in. I was going to try it this time around but lost my nerve when it came to applying - I just couldn't retain the info and to be honest I got
so that was why I thought I'd do the grade 2 as an intro and then do 4 next year, giving me plenty of time.
My plan was to pass grade 1 flute this time (still a bit doubtful as no accompanist), grade 2 theory in November and then do grade 2 practical next year along with grade 4 theory. I've tried 4 and 5 theory several times but failed so I'm a bit nervous about doing them.
Does that make any sense?