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The Australian Music Examinations Board or AMEB provides assessment and examinations for music students across Australia. The assessments are split into four main areas:

  • Practical (performance and general knowledge of music notation)
  • Musicianship (theory of music and aural testing)
  • Theory of Music (theory only)
  • Music Craft

The Board offers assessment in a wide range of musical instruments including, keyboard/piano, strings, woodwind, orchestral brass, band and voice.

Assessment and examinations are sectioned into grades of difficulty, usually first to eighth grade. Preparatory and preliminary examinations are offered for beginning musicians.

External links

AMEB website