Component 4 – Producing and Analysing exam is mostly a practical assessment that will test your knowledge and understanding of techniques for producing music. The exam is made up of 2 sections, Section A is based on 5 practical questions …
We feel that it’s vital for students to understand the structure of an exam and its content, so they feel more comfortable with what to expect.
Improving time management is also an aspect that leads to greater success, by preparing this way, they will be more prepared for how to organise their time for each question.
With the first A Level Music Technology exams fast approaching and the students now on their study leave, I thought it might be a good idea to remind them of the dates and times for their Component 3 – Listening and Analysing and Component 4 – Producing and Analysing exams.
This might be a bit late in the day but with the A Level Music Technology deadline fast approaching it’s time to make sure we have everything appropriately prepared to hand to the examiner. At this point, it’s a good idea to check the A Level Music Technology administrative support guide to make sure you have completed the work to the suggested guidelines.
In this video, we take a look at this support guide and show you where to find it and where to look for this information you require. Finally, you need to keep in mind that this guide is updated each year in September.