Whilst initially learning the scales it shows the musical notation, allowing you to play along. It'll highlight mistakes the moment they are heard to prevent picking up bad habits. Once you're ready each individual scale can then be tested from memory without the musical notation, after which ScaleWise will give you a score and display the correct scale against what was heard.
If you're confident you're ready for the exam, let ScaleWise run entire mock exams, randomly picking from the syllabus just as an examiner would. In this situation several scales are tested in sequence, with a weighting towards scales with which you may have previously struggled. After all scales have been heard the entire exam is scored, and mistakes again shown for each scale heard.
ScaleWise is always up-to-date with the relevant syllabuses so there should be no surprises come exam day. All progress is stored online, not in the phone, so it can work seamlessly across multiple devices.
It's also possible to set up a teacher email address for each instrument and grade so they can be kept abreast of your progress. They can then log-in and see any scales with which you're having issues with, and how you're progressing through the syllabus.
It currently works for most brass and woodwind instruments, any questions/issues please don't hesitate to get in contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The syllabus on which ScaleWise is based is © by The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music and is reproduced by permission of the copyright owner. ScaleWise is not an ABRSM product and is not endorsed by ABRSM.
The syllabus on which ScaleWise is based is © Trinity College London Press Ltd (TCL PRESS) and is reproduced by permission of the copyright owner. ScaleWise is not a Trinity College London Press product and is not endorsed by Trinity College London Press Ltd.
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