Many students and their families wish to pursue exams throughout the course of their studies.
Vov Dylan supports and submits students for A.M.E.B and A.B.R.S.M exams.
In the question of A.M.E.B. or A.B.R.S.M. Vov appraches by which is going to be best suited for the student, and often has students travelling through both systems at the same time, especially at a higher level of study.
Please note that while supporting these exams, neither is designed to be a 'teaching method'. In the approach of different levels, Vov employs a rich and varied selection of music from multiple genres.
Vov's aproach to exams is that they are there to support the student, and the teaching process, accordingly, Vov does not submit students every exam, nor to an exam every year, rather, exams are selected for when the student is going to be ready, and able to acheive.
- employs an accompanist on multiple occasions throughout the year (rather than just before an exam) - hence allowing students to develop ensemble skills. This is further added to by having an array of different accompanists on rotation, allowing students to learn to work with different influences, and to then have a choice of their 'best fit' accompanist when going into performances.
- has an examiner asses students regularly and to conduct 'mok' exams to prepare students for what is required in the exam room.
- employs specialist Theory and Singing teachers to aid with General Knowledge and Aural Tests.
All added teachers are a combination of in demand Professionals, University Academics and Examiners.