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No. The answers will be available as a free download from this page.

At this stage, only Grades 1 to Grade 5 will be published.

The AMEB Theory of Music books incorporate all the changes made to the Theory of Music Syllabus over the years.

The books may be used on their own, or together with the online course. Students and teachers may choose which option suits them best.

The books are modelled on the online course but contain new practice questions.The online course allows a student to prepare for an online course by practising using the online software.

Yes, but a Submission Form must be completed for each student.

Yes. The student who is to receive written feedback should be indicated on the Submission Form.

Setting a date to record your program and submitting it to AMEB provides a goal to work towards and an extra performance opportunity before your official VCE exam.

You will receive a written report from an instrumental specialist and a Certificate of Participation. The report will be emailed to the enrolling person and the Certificate will be sent to the enrolling person’s postal address.

Free for VCE Music Performance Unit 4 students.

No, the program is open only to Music Performance Unit 4 students.

No. A written report will be provided by an AMEB Examiner who is a specialist in the chosen instrument (or voice). The comments will be performance based and will not make reference to VCE assessment criteria.