NDSE Medal Examinations at Precision Dance Studio
In many forms of Dance, medal examinations are held. The examinations are a way for a dancer to mark his or her progress in the art of dance.
During a medal test, a dancer will be partnered by their teacher, while an examiner, appointed by the examining body, will observe the performance, and mark it.
The lower levels of examination generally consist mainly of basic figures, which demonstrate clear understanding of the technique of the dance in question. Higher levels will include more complex figures, but will usually also require at least some fundamentals, to demonstrate that the lower levels have been built upon. The standard of dance expected at tests goes up at each level.
Depending upon the level and style of the examination, a student might be asked to demonstrate anywhere from one to five different dances, all within one style, such as 'Standard', or 'Latin American' or a combination of styles.
What are the NDSE levels?
If you've achieved medals elsewhere you can easily join the National Dancesport Examination system at any time!
"Can I do just one dance at a time of a 5 dance single style medal?" YES! Even better, you receive a beautiful plaque for each dance, before receiving the beautiful diamond top trophy for completing all 5.
You are also most welcome to participate in the Medal class and not complete the examination too.
Precision Dance Studio Medal Class Prices
45 minute Class $20.00
Precision Dance Studio Loyalty Cards
Prepay your classes to receive savings as below:
Pay for 5 x Medal Classes in advance $85 Save $15
Pay for 10 x Medal Classes in advance $150 Save $50
Please note: Prepaid classes must be redeemed within 60 days purchase (Prepay 5) or 120 days (Prepay 10). Couples/Dance Partners may share one Loyalty Card between them.
Precision Dance Studio Locations
Mornington Industrial Park (MIP)
Unit 25, 1140 Nepean Highway, Mornington 3931