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Date Posted: Mon, May 27, 09:06:36pm
Author: Me
Subject: Both.... Ultimately it's teachers discretion.
In reply to: Ecr 's message, "Requirements to move levels? Inside" on Mon, May 27, 03:50:31pm

There is no rule that states that you have to move up immediately once you get your firsts in prizewinner to move up to prelims... Ultimately if the teacher gives a dander permission to move up without qualifying they aren't hurting anyone but the dancer.

Some dancers may get qualify to move up a few feises into the year and aren't ready to move up yet. So yes unfortunately they will be there for longer. Trust me we have been there all through Novice where the same dancer pretty well won everything.

Champs is the only category that has rules for when you have to move up.

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  • We’ve had kids move up shortly after getting the required firsts & others stay a whiole year or more in their existing level. They always have to have the min required though. It is very hard to explain to kids when their own classmates are advanced and not your own. (NT) -- Mom, Wed, May 29, 01:31:03pm

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