Your Digital Grade opens doors to the worlds of education and industry in the same way your face-to-face Grade exam does. They carry the same Ofqual regulatory status, including UCAS points, and are underpinned by the same academic rigour you would expect from any Trinity College London qualification.
Your exam will be marked by one of our expert examiners. They will watch your video, refer to your supporting documentation, and award your marks and comments.
Once you have submitted your exam, you may not subsequently enter the same performance video for the same exam again. In addition, you may not share your performance video on social media, or use it for any other exam entries.
You can expect the marking to take an average of 2 weeks for grades, and 4 weeks for diplomas, although this is often much quicker. Log back into your account, to read the feedback from the examiner and see your provisional result.
It takes about a week for your provisional result to be verified as final, and your certificate will follow within 2 weeks.
Ofqual’s Vocational Contingency Regulatory Framework (VCRF)
Due to the uncertainty caused by COVID-19, Ofqual have implemented the VCRF – see here for more information. The Digital Grades and Diplomas are fully compliant with the requirements of the VCRF, meaning that any candidate who would normally be taking a face-to-face graded exam or diploma can switch to the Digital Grades and Diplomas instead and receive the same recognition.
Trinity College London is an awarding body recognised by the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) in England and Northern Ireland, and by Qualifications Wales. Trinity’s qualifications are regulated by these authorities within the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF). Various arrangements are in place with government educational authorities worldwide. Trinity exams are aligned to the European Qualifications Framework (EQF).
Grades 6–8 are eligible for UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) points for those applying to UK colleges and universities. Find out more about UCAS points for music performance and theory and for drama.