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    Hey guys.... I think this is my very first post so lool. Anyways.....im really stressed out atm. Idk if i should do my grade 6 piano exam next month or in May alongside my gcses. The problem with doing it next month is that i dont think i'll be able to learn the pieces well enough by then. Like rn, im not very confident with my pieces. I havent even started aural yet. I think the problem with doing it in may is quite obvious.... At this point i'd really appreciate any advice. Thanks guys....
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    (Original post by Milts)
    Hey guys.... I think this is my very first post so lool. Anyways.....im really stressed out atm. Idk if i should do my grade 6 piano exam next month or in May alongside my gcses. The problem with doing it next month is that i dont think i'll be able to learn the pieces well enough by then. Like rn, im not very confident with my pieces. I havent even started aural yet. I think the problem with doing it in may is quite obvious.... At this point i'd really appreciate any advice. Thanks guys....
    Isn't there a session in July after GCSEs? I'd wait because there are UCAS points for grade 6 ...
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    (Original post by Muttley79)
    Isn't there a session in July after GCSEs? I'd wait because there are UCAS points for grade 6 ...
    There probs will be but i want to finish it asap because a/as levels are right around the corner. I dont want to spend too long on grade 6. But thanks....i appreciate you...
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    There probs will be but i want to finish it asap because a/as levels are right around the corner. I dont want to spend too long on grade 6. But thanks....i appreciate you...
    Yes I realise that - some students skip grade 7 and go straight to grade 8 if they've done well [distinction] at grade 6.
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    Yes I realise that - some students skip grade 7 and go straight to grade 8 if they've done well [distinction] at grade 6.
    Ahhh....I guess my options are doing it later and actually doing well to skip grade 7 or just perform at a mediocre level and carry on.....anyway thanks a lot you've done enough for me thanks
 
 
 
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