Learn Music Theory Online and Pass Your Exam
Brought to you by graduates of the Royal Academy of Music, Hello Music Theory provides digital teaching resources and study materials to help you, your students or your child study for and pass an ABRSM music theory exam.
We’re completely obsessed with music theory and our goal is that no one will fail their theory exam.
We’re putting together different resources for anyone learning to read and write music to help them study and master music theory. Check out some of them below.
Music Theory Practice Papers
Want to pass your music theory exam? Then you need to sit some music theory practice papers before the big day. We’ve put together 25 pdf practice exams based on the last 6 years of ABRSM past papers to help you prepare and pass the first time.
Music Theory Worksheets
Put into practice everything you’re learning with our PDF music theory worksheets. We’ve put together over 180 pages of worksheets and more than 1800 exercises going in-depth into all the topics that you need to know about to pass your music theory exam.
Covering grades 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 our pdf worksheets come with all the model answers so you can mark them yourself. They’ve been used by teachers, parents, and students all over the world in over 50 countries.
Music Theory Study Guides
We’re writing simple and easy-to-use music theory study guides to help you learn and revise music theory on your own.
Music Theory Video Courses
Everyone learns in a different way, some prefer to read a book, others prefer in-person teachers, and others like to watch videos. To help those of you who are more visual learners, we’re currently creating a series of music theory video courses teaching you everything you need to know for the ABRSM music theory syllabus.
Each video course is made up of dozens of videos covering exactly what you need to know explained in a simple and jargon-free way to help you understand and internalize how to read and write music correctly.
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