Menu
  1. You are here:
  2. Home
  3. FAQs
  4. What are the requirements for holding a private examination session?

An examination can be arranged at a teacher’s studio provided there are guaranteed entry fees totalling a minimum of £697 per day. For exams from the 1st April, 2022 half days must be consecutive to a full day of the same genre, and the minimum fee for the half-day is £597. For example, 1.5 days is £1294, and two days is £1394.

Please be aware that fees tend to increase on a yearly basis. Advance notice will be given, and the updated fees published on the website.

THEATRE EXAMS

A rebate of 10% will be applied outside of peak periods on entries totalling over £863 per day, providing the timetable and fees are submitted through Quest a minimum of four weeks prior to your exam date. Peak and non-peak period exam dates are on the website.

For exams of two or more days, the rebate can only be taken on each day that totals over £863. For example, if your first-day totals £870 and your second-day totals £675, the discount applies on the first day only.

 

DANCESPORT EXAMS

A rebate of 10% will be applied on entries totalling over £808, providing the timetable and fees are submitted through Quest a minimum of two weeks prior to your exam date.

For exams of two or more days, the rebate can only be taken on each day that totals over £808. For example, if your first-day totals £870 and your second-day totals £675, the discount applies on the first day only.

 

TRIPLE EXAMS

Please note that we are unable to accept requests for triple exam sessions during our peak periods. Triple sessions are those that would require a multi-genre examiner. For example, Ballet and Modern, Ballet and Tap or National and Tap. Please note that Modern Theatre and Tap are not triple sessions.

Triple sessions are mainly offered to assist new teachers, who have fewer candidates of a single genre. New teachers may apply for three triple sessions before they are required to apply for separate genre sessions

Back to where you just came from

Back to FAQ listing