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Date Posted: 14:32:30 08/10/17 Thu
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Subject: I'm not an expert on the subject, but if you aren't affiliated with a CLRG school I don't see how you could even sign up to take a CLRG grade exam.
In reply to: Moved away from old school 's message, "What about someone not affiliated with a school anymore? Haven't competed in a while, thinking about tc eventually." on 11:30:30 08/10/17 Thu

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  • They need to come up with something that works for retired dancers that want to take the TCRG exam. -- new poster, 22:26:33 08/10/17 Thu
  • They aren't going to make it easier for anyone to become a TCRG... they are trying to keep the numbers DOWN actually -- Dancer, 22:41:11 08/11/17 Fri
  • why, this has been announced for a couple of years now, and other then grade 11 and 12, exams have been offered a lot, no reason a retired dancer should have different set of rules (NT) -- pl, 10:26:29 08/12/17 Sat

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