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    I'm just finishing my first year of Level 3 Music Performance and hoping to get a place at Middlesex uni next year (Sept '16 start) to study Popular music. I know it's early days but I want to spend the next year doing extra stuff to make my application look as good as possible. Does anyone have any tips on things I should do to add to my cv/ personal statement? Are there any specific things I should be doing that will help me get on the music course? Thank you
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    (Original post by egsjames)
    I'm just finishing my first year of Level 3 Music Performance and hoping to get a place at Middlesex uni next year (Sept '16 start) to study Popular music. I know it's early days but I want to spend the next year doing extra stuff to make my application look as good as possible. Does anyone have any tips on things I should do to add to my cv/ personal statement? Are there any specific things I should be doing that will help me get on the music course? Thank you

    Hey!

    That's really good that you're getting on it now

    Things that look good on your CV are out of school activities like getting involved in gigs and concerts so you can build your performance skills. Not only does it show you're really hard working, but it's also great experience under your belt!

    Maybe see if you can get some work experience or a part time job too? It all just shows that you're passionate about the subject and you're committed

    Hope this helps!

    Jemma
 
 
 
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