Owen Mortimer

Trinity College London launches digital grades and diplomas

12:46, 16th November 2020

Trinity College London is now offering digital grades and diplomas. The new online exams are accessible to teachers and candidates worldwide, allowing candidates to continue taking exams digitally during the pandemic and beyond.

Available via Trinity’s newly upgraded digital system, the exams enable candidates to record pieces and technical work at a place and time of their choice, then submit a video recording for assessment by expert examiners.

Trinity’s latest piano syllabus is included in the new online offering. Featuring more repertoire than ever before plus options for candidates to personlise their exam, Trinity’s Piano Syllabus 2021-23 has been praised by EPTA UK chair Murray McLachlan as ‘extremely comprehensive, flexible and creative’.

Trinity’s digital grades and diplomas open doors to education and employment in the same way as face-to-face exams. They carry the same Ofqual regulatory status, including UCAS points at grades 6, 7 and 8, and are underpinned by the same academic rigour as every Trinity College London qualification.

Trinity College London is a leading international exam board and independent education charity that has been providing assessments around the world since 1877. With over 850,000 candidates a year in over 60 countries worldwide, Trinity specialises in the assessment of communication and performance skills covering music, drama and English language plus the UK’s Arts Award scheme.


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