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    Hi, I've just completed my FMP for my Art Foundation. The tutors at my college told everyone that in order to pass, the work produced needs to be related to what you will study at degree level, so people going on to study graphic design would need to produce a graphic design piece and someone doing illustration would need to produce something illustrative and so on. I thought this was very prescriptive... did anyone else need to do this? My college used Edexcel but on the specification and the assessment criteria, it doesn't state that the work needs to be linked to what students will go on to study. Anyone else have to work like this? Or could you do whatever you liked?
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    For my art foundation we specialised in an area of art and design that would be most suited to our creative career is I specialised in 3d as I applied for interior design... Technically yes for your question


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