Studying this book will help you to:
1. see the situation objectively
2. reflect on your application process
3. establish your motivations and if you want to re-apply
4. make a positive action plan
5. have the confidence to re-apply if that’s what you want
Pat yourself on the back for applying, creating and presenting your art portfolio and for attending what must seem like quite a daunting task – the art interview.
It might not seem like it now, but it is good experience. Some schools have this thing about ‘there are no losers – everyone’s a winner’ and that’s just not true and you’ll be finding this out for yourself right now. Life is competitive and no-one is going to hand anything to you on a plate just for trying and this is just the beginning.
So in a way, my previous question of what are you going to do is quite important. What ARE you going to do? I didn’t get into art college first time around and I was gutted. Luckily I had very supportive parents and some great tutors who helped me pick up the pieces and have the courage to apply again. After art college I went on to teach and this eBook was written and compiled by a tutor who has interviewed 100’s of students at Edinburgh College of Art.
This short 5 page eBook covers practical advice on what you should do if you want to apply to art college again. We recommend that to get the most out of this eBook that you download it as soon as you hear that you’ve not been accepted at art college.
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