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The ABRSM publishes exam booklets and model answers in the January of each year, with the previous years' exam papers. Each booklet contains four exams. The model answers are available separately.
The ABRSM does not offer PDF downloads of past papers. They are copyrighted material only available in printed format. We do not offer any downloads of past papers from this website, and would encourage you not to download them from any other source you find on the internet, but instead to purchase a legal paper copy.
The exam booklets are not expensive, and by downloading pirate copies you are depriving the ABRSM (which is a registered charity) of funds, and also risk infecting your device with a virus.
Past exam papers and model answers are widely available from many outlets including: