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Hi. My son is moving schools at the end of year 10 - not ideal I know. He is currently studying GCSE Music but the new school only does BTEC Music. We really need to try and find a way for him to sit it privately whilst also being at school doing his other subjects. Does anyone have any advice about this? It would be much appreciated
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I do GCSE music.
The composition part may be tricky to get assessed, and you'd likely need to find another venue.
I wouldn't recommend doing it without a teacher. IDK how the BTEC works, but my exam board has lots of set works where you ideally need a teacher to go through it and examine the score, much like in English where you need a teacher to teach you Shakespeare/a novel/poems.
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The composition and performance would need to be assessed before the exam, so you’d need to look into how to facilitate that
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As others have said, the fact that a major part of the assessment is not by exam makes it very hard to take this as a private candidate but this https://www.artcoursework.com/class-...online-course/ might be an option
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