BBC Musicality Test

The BBC Musicality Test divides musicality into five parts:

  • musical perception
  • emotional connection
  • social creativity
  • musical curiosity
  • enthusiasm for music

Try the test here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/labuk/experiments/musicality/

My scores and results were these:

musical perception: 86%

Your ‘Enthusiasm for Music’ score shows how important music is to you in your daily life. It also indicates how much time and money you devote to music.

You scored high for enthusiasm, which suggests that music is a major part of your life. You almost certainly spend more time than most people just listening to music or with music on in the background while you do other things.

You probably also spend more money and use more of your free-time than average on music-related activities. You are also likely to enjoy reading and writing about music, as well as talking about it with other people.

emotional connection: 100%

This looks at how music affects your moods and feelings.

You scored high for emotional connection, which indicates that music can strongly influence your feelings and that you may even use it to manage your mood. It’s likely that you also find music a powerful tool for reconnecting with past events and memories. Your results suggest you connect more deeply with music than most people, with some songs having the power to completely change your emotional state.

social creativity: 70%

This looks at creating music and sharing in group activities where music is involved.

You scored high for Social creativity, which suggests that you have a good memory for melodies and have no trouble recalling new songs or musical phrases. It’s likely that you are confident in group activities where music is involved and are able to join in, singing or clapping along with others. You probably find it easier than most people to imagine new melodies in your head.

musical curiosity:19%

This assesses how open you are to new musical genres and experiences.

You scored low for music curiosity, which suggests that you aren’t really open to exploring new music, and prefer to listen to the genres and artists you are already familiar with. As a result, you are likely to be exposed to a limited range of musical styles and have a more focused range of musical taste than the average person. You probably wouldn’t ever attend an event just to experience live music, but may enjoy going to see familiar artists perform.

enthusiasm for music: 86%

Your ‘Enthusiasm for Music’ score shows how important music is to you in your daily life. It also indicates how much time and money you devote to music.

You scored high for enthusiasm, which suggests that music is a major part of your life. You almost certainly spend more time than most people just listening to music or with music on in the background while you do other things.

You probably also spend more money and use more of your free-time than average on music-related activities. You are also likely to enjoy reading and writing about music, as well as talking about it with other people.




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