All work presented in AMEB examinations must be in accordance with the relevant current syllabus. The Manual of Syllabuses for classical music is available from the AMEB State Office (Telephone: 6226 7317), leading music retailers and from the AMEB's online store at www.ameb.edu.au
The Speech Manual of Syllabuses is available from the AMEB State Office (Telephone 6226 7317) and from the AMEB's online store at www.ameb.edu.au
Individual syllabuses for each subject included in the Manual of Syllabuses for classical music, as well as CPM (Drum Kit, Vocal Guitar, Bass and Keyboard), Accordion, Ensemble Performance and Percussion can be purchased separately as digital downloads from the AMEB's online store at www.ameb.edu.au:
When completing enrolment forms please ensure that you have:
Two major sessions of exams are available each year in both written and practical subjects:
|Written||Closing Dates||Practical||Closing Dates|
|May (21, 22, 23)||Friday 8 March||June/Early-July||Friday 19 April|
|August (20, 21,22)||Friday 5 July||October/November||Friday 5 July|
Extra Associate and Grade Piano exams are offered in Hobart in April (closing 8 March) and September (closing 5 July). The dates of LMusA and FMusA practical exams (closing 17 May) depend on the Federal Examiner's itinerary.
The completed form, together with the fees via credit card, cheque/money order (one per entry form made payable to "AMEB") should reach the State Manager, AMEB, Private Bag 63, Hobart 7001 by the relevant closing date.
Entries received within 10 days after the closing date may be accepted if accompanied by the late fee of $25.00 per candidate per subject.
Notices will be sent out as early as possible, but not less than 2 weeks before the date of the exam. Candidates must bring these notices to the exam venue.
When a candidate is unable to sit at the appointed date/time on medical grounds or due to other exceptional causes, it may be possible to allocate another date/time at the same or an alternative Centre. This is subject to acceptable substantiation and payment of a transfer fee of 50% of the entry fee (up to a maximum of $124).
Certificates for the May and June/Early-July exams will be issued in August; certificates for the remaining exam sessions will be issued in October and December. Any request for re-issue of a certificate should be accompanied by a re-issue fee of $25.00. From Sixth Grade Practical to Diploma level, it is necessary to have completed the appropriate level of Theory, Musicianship or Music Craft before a certificate may be issued. This does not apply to Leisure Series exams. See Reg. 19, Additional and Prerequisite Requirements in the 2013 Music Manual.
Authorised by the State Chairman, Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB) Tasmania
22 January, 2013