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    Should i apply through the UCAS by now or after i completed the portfolio?

    I have listed 15 artwork that i should completed,but i still half way on it.
    I'm not good in the drawing,so i need spend many of time to complete a work~
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    I plan on sending mine this week(I had to sort some things out with tutor which is why I haven't applied yet) and I haven't done any of the portfolio as I understand that you get told certain things it should include, so I'd rather wait until I know what to include in it.
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    Actually,i already got my result since July,but i though i need to finish the portfolio by completed 15 works that have listed on most of the university website...
    Well now i'm working out of the personal statement.I'm pretty bad in English(I'm from Malaysia),i need to work hard on my personal statement too~

    The time duration given by the uni for completed the portfolio after through UCAS , roughly how many days?
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    Apply now, they'll take maybe a month to respond, then give you another two weeks to submit the portfolio. This can vary wildly though.

    Also, use the TSR Personal Statement help service, it's particularly good for smoothing out the English.
 
 
 
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