What are RCM exams? Should my child be taking one?

The Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) examinations are a Canadian national music exam standard for students, parents and teachers to track and measure progress and achievements. Students can earn Certificate of Achievement at each level.

RCM exams are great for some students, especially those who thrive in doing tests and encouraged by their positive test. 

The RCM education program is designed by grade level from preparatory to level 10. A more structured approach to guitar studies. Students gain a lot of technical skills that would not usually be included in casual fun lessons.

Students can achieve up to 2 high school credits by doing RCM music exams!

When you achieve level 7 practical exam and level 7 theory exam, you can receive a Grade 11 OSSD high-school credit.

When you achieve level 8 practical exam and level 8 theory exam, you can receive a Grade 12 OSSD high-school credit.

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