1. Contest moved to Friday, April 30 2. Practice test examples will be released in mid-March 3. This year’s contest will be virtual and there will be one “championship” contest for all participants 4. Traditional 5 round contest (with some small tweaks)
Rules and Regulations 1. The contest is open to all high school students in public, charter, private, and home schools in Minnesota and adjoining states.
Contest has been moved to Friday, April 30, 2021
Practice test examples will be released in Mid-March
This year's contest will be virtual and there will be one "championship" contest for all participants.
2. Each team will be comprised of three members. Teams may designate an alternate if needed.
3. Round by round format (slightly different than normal):
Round 1 – Listening Identification (20 examples of approximately 20 seconds) – answer via multiple choice on Google Form
Round 2 – 10 listening examples with two corresponding questions – answer via multiple choice and short answer on Google Form
Round 3 – “Lightning” Listening Identification (20 examples of approximately 5 seconds) – answer via multiple choice on Google Form
Round 4 – “Trivia” round – 20 potpourri questions from the study guide (could be in the form of pictures, audio, text, etc.)
Round 5 – “Mystery round – 10 examples of pieces from Study Guide composers, but NOT pieces from the Study Guide (identify testable composer name and select period of composition)
4. Each three-student team will need a "2-Device" setup: one device to view the contest via Zoom or livestream and one device to answer and submit the Google Forms answer sheet.