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    Do you think I will fail my grade 3 piano exam ( please be honest )? My scales were fine I guess but my pieces were quite iffy ad the dynamics were hardly there. My sight reading was surprisingly pretty great but my aural was a complete disaster as I think I answered most questions incorrectly. I'm really scared as I do not want to fail. I worked so hard and it was perfect on my piano at home but in the exam the total opposite. I don't want to disappoint my parents and teacher as they have spent so much time and money on this. I hope I pass but looking back at y performance to me that seems impossible. Help?

    It is only grade 3 piano. Calm down. If you are like this now, you are going to be a wobbly mess for the exams that really matter. There is nothing you can do now until the results arrive. If you are doing Associated Board, the pass mark is (or was) 100 out of 150, i.e. 66%. You have every chance. Chill.
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