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right so,
i know it’s a little early but i’m in year 10, i’m doing music gcse singing.
and i can’t find any websites with songs and the grades
if anyone has any websites which gives songs with grades please send them my way!
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A song ≠ a grade

Sure, some might have larger ranges or particular areas where you can show off your skills, but in most areas, it's about how well the song is sung. Find a song that suits your range, that you know the lyrics to and something you'll enjoy working on since you're probably going to have to sing it 50 times before the real thing. :rofl:
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(Original post by emily.lmao)
right so,
i know it’s a little early but i’m in year 10, i’m doing music gcse singing.
and i can’t find any websites with songs and the grades
if anyone has any websites which gives songs with grades please send them my way!
I think this is what you are looking for:https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...ls-Booklet.pdf
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I think this is what you are looking for:https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...ls-Booklet.pdf
What does it mean by level? As in a grade?! OCR never had this! :eek:

Edit: If it's true, then Roar by Katy Perry is a Grade 1?! WHAT THE HECK?
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What does it mean by level? As in a grade?! OCR never had this! :eek:

Edit: If it's true, then Roar by Katy Perry is a Grade 1?! WHAT THE HECK?
Yeah, so each level is a grade (like in ABRSM) and if you do a 5 or above at GCSE level I believe it means if you do it well you are almost guaranteed full marks.

If you do a grade 1 song like Roar then I think even if you do really well your mark is capped at some point.

It is explained better on the specification (and mark schemes) though.
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Yeah, so each level is a grade (like in ABRSM) and if you do a 5 or above at GCSE level I believe it means if you do it well you are almost guaranteed full marks.

If you do a grade 1 song like Roar then I think even if you do really well youe mark is capped at some point.

It is explained better on the specification (and mark schemes) though.
Ahh I see.

Awww, I don't agree with some of those! :'( :lol:
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I've had a quick look through and I think most are pretty accurate. Roar is a fairly simple song with a limited vocal range and very simple rhythms.
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