theory tests 2016
The age you need to be to take your theory test.
Take a look at some of our mini theory tests. Over the years we have discovered many people fail their theory test by one or two questions, maybe that’s you?
GMTA Theory Chair: Diane Boyd, NCTM
GMTA is dedicated to providing recognition for outstanding achievement in music theory. GMTA’s Theory Tests include five levels of testing (I, II, III, IV, and V) that each involve both written and aural (ear training) sections. The tests are distributed in the fall and administered on one or more dates set by each Local Association. The graded tests will be returned to the teachers of the students who take the tests, along with a certificate for each student acknowledging his or her level of achievement on the test.
Location (Lecture & Seminar):
Biophysics Invalidenstr. 42
I graded the theory tests and the scores are available here. Overall the performance was very good. Some of you still need a bit of help. Those of you who have scored
below 50 should come and see me for assistance. The Score and be used as a bonus at the end of the term and contribute up to 20% to your final exam grade.
In the table of Matrikelnummer and Score, rows are letft black for those of you who have either dropped the course or didn’t take the Theory test.
Contact me if you have any questions.
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Claims that the standard procedure for testing scientific theories is inapplicable to Everettian quantum theory, and hence that the theory is untestable, are due to misconceptions about probability and about the logic of experimental testing. Refuting those claims by correcting those misconceptions leads to an improved theory of scientific methodology (based on Popper׳s) and testing, which allows various simplifications, notably the elimination of everything probabilistic from the methodology (‘Bayesian’ credences) and from fundamental physics (stochastic processes).
Popper׳s methodology is needed to understand the testability of quantum theory.