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    You will never know unless you apply - try and master your PS, get some work experience, try be creative and versatile and just work hard in your exams.

    You may just surprise yourself.
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    Cambridge and UCL both have very different tastes from what I have heard. I applied for architecture 2 years ago before dropping out! Cambridge like really quality artwork, maybe more traditional stuff with a clear process and structure behind it, and UCL are really keen on unique and crazy artwork; stuff that very clearly shows that you have a huge creative flair. They are both ridiculously hard to get into and have long application processes. You say you dont know if youre creative enough; that in itself is a downfall as it shows you dont have the confidence in your own creativity to put yourself up there.

    Its is definitely worth giving them a go although interior design for an A Level isnt a strong option; they both prefer "traditional" subject choices like Art, English, Maths, Economics etc. But dont pin all your hopes on them because the liklihood of getting an offer from one isnt strong for anyone! Be prepared to have to take second best and look at other unis, there are plenty of other good ones.

    Thats only my advice and exerience though!
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    I dont know but i hope it goes well for you. good luck
 
 
 
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