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It's a loooot to explain. Do you have any specific ideas of what you want to know? Because music theory is an extremely broad term. We learned a lot in my music theory class
yea same here you have to know exactly what you want to know about the music theory because since there so a lot of different complex ways to explain all of it i'm pretty sure they aren't expecting you to be a music Einstein but yeah
There are certain things that can help you, like a few concepts you'll need to know. For example, you need to know note names by placement on a staff. You'll need to know key signatures, triads, etc. A really useful site is emusictheory.com and go to the free resources