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How do I improve my listening skills?

At A-Level it becomes a little trickier and the demand is higher. However, a fun way to improve your skills is with a  music friend. Go to a piano and test eachother on intervals, modulations and different types of chords. This way you really get to understand how they work as you have to make them up yourself - and it's always fun to work with friends!

Jenifer M. A Level Music tutor, GCSE Music tutor, IB Music tutor, GCS...

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