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Video Repertoire Exam enrolment

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Video Repertoire Exam enrolment

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The teacher/candidate selects a program of work for the video repertoire exam recording. Please refer to the Video Repertoire Exam Requirements page to ensure you are preparing the correct number of pieces for your program of work.


The enroller logs into AMEB Connect.

  • Click ‘Enrol a Candidate’
  • enter the candidate details
  • select either the Series 20 Video Repertoire Exam session or the Series 21 Video Repertoire Exam session (whichever is available)
  • select the syllabus from the list (only available Repertoire subjects will appear)
  • select the Grade
  • confirm and pay for the enrolment.

The enroller will receive a confirmation of enrolment email. Please read through the confirmation email to ensure all details are correct.


The candidate then has up to 21 days (from the date of enrolment) to complete the recording and submit to AMEB (NSW), ensuring they have read through and followed the Video Recording and Uploading Guide located on our website.

Please note:
The recorded performance must be recorded in ‘one take’, ie continuous recording with no editing (if the video submitted is found to be edited, the exam result will be 'Unable to Assess').
The Video Repertoire Exam recording must be recorded no earlier than three (3) weeks prior to enrolment and no later than three (3) weeks after enrolment.


When the recording is ready you need to upload the recording to YouTube as an unlisted video and note down the link (URL) which is to be pasted into the online submission form. If you need help knowing how to upload to YouTube, you can refer to the step-by-step instructions. Once you have uploaded the video to YouTube DO NOT change the video setting - it must be set as unlisted.


Once you have the YouTube link (URL), the enroller must complete the online Video submission form for Music Video Exams or Drama and Communication Video Exams. The enroller will provide details of the exam pieces in performance order, the supervisor’s declaration, and the link to the video recording on YouTube. The declaration on the form states that the performer is the person named on the enrolment and that the examination performance was recorded in one take, without any assistance, other than from an accompanist, as required. The enroller will receive a Notice of Examination (available on AMEB Connect), which will specify the exam date, being the day that the examiner is scheduled to view the video exam.


The Video Repertoire Exam will be scheduled as usual by the AMEB NSW office once the Video submission form has been submitted (which must be within 21 days from the enrolment date), and the enroller will receive an email notification advising them to log in AMEB Connect to view the date and time the exam viewing has been scheduled for, which is when it will be examined by a specialist NSW Examiner.


Once the video repertoire exam recording has been examined, the result and exam report will be uploaded to AMEB Connect and the enroller will receive an email notifying them of when the results are available. Please allow any time up to two weeks after the date of the exam for the results to be uploaded to AMEB Connect.


Certificates will be posted within three to four weeks from the date the exam result was uploaded to AMEB Connect. Please be patient regarding the delivery of your certificates.

Please Note: It is the enroller’s responsibility to ensure that the video is of examinable quality – sound and vision. If an examiner finds that the recording is not of examinable quality, the exam will be marked ‘Unable to Assess’.

The Video Repertoire Exam recording must be recorded no earlier than three (3) weeks prior to enrolment and no later than three (3) weeks after enrolment.

Your submitted video must be used for AMEB exam purposes only, and cannot be uploaded to any public sites.

Submitted exam videos must remain 'unlisted' on YouTube until the 31 December 2022. 



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> Requirements
> Exam preparation
> Enrolment process
> Recording your video
> Uploading & submitting your video
> Exam viewing and results
> Enquiries
> FAQs
> Music Video exam submission form
> Drama and Communication Video exam submission form