A-level music threadWatch
AS or A2.
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So, i'm doing a BTEC in Music Performance at an Access to Music College, but I sort of wish I was doing A-level Music just because I'm watching to go into Academic Research as well as explore the practical side of music through producing, playing instruments, singing and just creating music but how much writing is there in A-level music, do you feel like you're learning or just being assessed. And does anyone want to study Music in University? If so, where?
I completed my A level in 2014 and am repeating a couple exams. For my board, you have to write 2 essays in the written exams for both years.