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Book Traditional Music Graded Exams

Spring Session 2017

RCS will host a Spring round of TMGE exams in early April 2017. Registration for these examinations closed on 1 March 2017.

Summer Session 2017

Our next round will be in Summer 2017 and will be held at RCS from the week commencing 19 June. Should you wish to register for this round, please note registration will open on Monday 1 May 2017 and will be available online here.

Exam Fees

Grade 1 – £34.00
Grade 2 – £37.00
Grade 3 – £40.00
Grade 4 – £43.00
Grade 5 – £46.00

Special Visits

Schools and private tutors not within easy travelling distance of Glasgow can book special visits by an examiner for at least a day’s worth of candidates (i.e. 12 or more). Special visits can be booked during three designated weeks during the year, in the Autumn, Spring and Summer.

How to book a Special Visit

Simply email at least 6 weeks prior to the desired date with the request, including preferred date, location, venue, instrument and number of candidates.

  1. The administrator will then take a note of the above details and liaise with potential examiners to suit the requested date and location. Some flexibility is appreciated.
  2. Once date, venue and examiner have been confirmed, you will be asked to send a full list of candidate details.
  3. The administrator will create an event via our website. All applicants will need to individually book on via our website, a booking link will be supplied by the administrator.
  4. The administrator will send an exam timetable to the person requesting the exam and the examiner. Any amendments or specific requests to the exam timetable will need to be supplied one month prior to the exam date.

Please note: we prefer to liaise with only one applicant per Special Visit, so that person must take responsibility for distributing timetable information amongst other tutors/parents.

If any candidate’s fee has not been received as of one week prior to the Special Visit, that candidate will need to be removed from the timetable, and this may endanger the viability of the entire visit.