This study is aimed to identify the reflection of AOBP and YGS scores to the placement scores in the education programmes requiring personal talent. In the study the rankings of the candidates according to all types of scores and weight of the scores on the placement score are defined. Additionaly, field scores are applied on non-field scores, reversly non-field scores are applied to the field scores and the final score of the candidate is recalculated and the effect of these coefficients to the score and gradings is established. The work group consists of 387 candidates who applied to Inonu University Music Education programme. The data are taken from the IT department of Inonu University and analyzed according to the principles of OSYM (2010). The results show that the highest effect is on the YGS score and some candidates with lower YGS scores couldn't achieved the exam. Additionally, the positive reflections of field coefficients to the placement is determined and candidates graduated form GSSL has been found more successful.