Royal Conservatory Examinations
Royal Conservatory examinations provide a national standard for students, parents and teachers to track and measure progress and achievements. Preparing for and successfully completing an examination builds self-confidence and helps students develop a sense of pride.
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Dates and deadlines for both practical and theory examinations, as well as details regarding theory examination timing.
Get more information about RCM Certificate Program requirements.
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Why Take An Exam?
There are important benefits to beginning exams. Students progressively grow their musical abilities from year to year. Level by level, children expand their abilities in performance, technical patterns, and musicianship, all beginning at the Elementary levels.
WHY TAKE AN EXAM?
GUIDE TO EXAMINATIONS
Plan Your Exam
Preparing for a Royal Conservatory examination provides students with an established goal to work towards. Explore the process and discover resources and tips to help you or your child prepare for exam day.
PLAN YOUR EXAM
Academic Policies and Resources
View our academic policies, requirements, and resources and view other information such as National Standings.
EXPLORE POLICIES AND RESOURCES
Forms and Services
Find special needs requests, program forms, graduation forms, and other forms and services here.
FORMS AND SERVICES
College of Examiners
Explore the College of Examiners, including examiner biographies (still under construction), and how to become an examiner.
The classical training provided by The Royal Conservatory system provides the strongest possible foundation upon which to continue a student’s musical journey. Explore our certificates, secondary school credits, and awards, as well as our annual Convocation and Gold Medal ceremonies.
CERTIFICATES, CREDITS, & AWARDS
CONVOCATION & AWARD CEREMONIES
Alumnus Earns Accolades for Performance with Atlanta Opera
Alumnus Justin Stolz thrilled audiences on March 2, 2019, when he tackled three roles for Atlanta Opera’s production of Eugene Onegin. Most impressively, he stepped in to perform the lead role of Lensky on opening night—with barely three hours’ notice.