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    Can you still get a band 6 if you mess up your music 2 performance?

    So I recently completed my HSC Music 2 piano performance - and I really stuffed up the middle section in one of my romantic pieces. Like noticeable note-vomit on the keyboard. I kept going, but now I'm haunted by the mistake. Is it still possible to get a band 6? Will they mark me really harshly for the mistake?

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    Re: Can you still get a band 6 if you mess up your music 2 performance?

    If you mean it's still possible to get a band 6 overall in music, then defintely, if your comp, other pieces, and your musicology are great. They will probably mark you down a little because of the marking criteria which I'm certain has a section on musicality. However, don't dwell on your performance, you can't change whatever mark they give you, you can only study for the musicology paper through doing past papers and countless extended responses
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