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    Any students on here who are applying to Drama school or know anything about Drama school applications?

    Would drama school accept a 26 year old applicant? Also, what are my chances of getting in first time of applying?

    One more question. Is the 2 year acting degree as useful as the 3 year one?

    Thanks, guys.
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    Well, given fewer and fewer people are going to university now due to the current financial situation, I think if you afford it, go for it if you have the time and money to spend on it.
    I wouldn't know the type of acting degree you want to do, however, chances are the 3 year one would benefit you more.

    In short, I hear there are some 30 year olds applying to university and getting accepted because universities are accepting people who are older or simply can afford the course and have the money to fill placed.

    Go for it I say. =)
 
 
 
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