Dec 10 2004, 05:00 AM
One of my students had her G4 exam last month, in the G4 aural syllabus it states that the candidate is expected to clap the rhythm of a short extract from the piece played in C1, however on the day of my student's exam the examiner didnâ€™t play the extract to ask her to clap, I wonder if this affects her result? If yes, what can we do? In my experience, this never happened to other of my students. do u have any advice? thanks.
Dec 10 2004, 06:38 AM
Sounds like the examiner momentarily forgot about that bit of the test - he/she probably remembered as soon as the candidate had left the room!
Don't worry, it won't affect the mark at all - it wasn't the candidate's fault. Since the aurals are marked on 'general impression' anyway, rather than having points for the various sections, it can't make any difference to the overall mark.
Dec 10 2004, 08:21 AM
|Sounds like the examiner momentarily forgot about that bit of the test|
I think this happened to one of my students last year. She got full marks for her aural. I was slightly surprised at this - her pitch has always been slightly "off" although otherwise her aural skills are good. She commented later that she hadn't done the pitch test and thought the examiner had simply omitted it.
As Jo said, it's not a problem.
Dec 10 2004, 01:38 PM
For my grade 5 a section was missed out and I got full marks for the aural!
Dec 13 2004, 03:08 AM
thank you all!
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