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    Hey Guys,
    I am want to go to RADA and i would like some help i would like to know honestly from students that actually go there, how hard it is to get in and what subjects should i be studying?

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    Okay I'll probably be no help here, but I do know a few things about RADA.

    Firstly, I believe they do not care about any A-levels you take. Whether it's Theatre Studies or Maths. The way you get in is literally by an audition sort of interview. (I even believe you can film it and send it off, though I may be wrong on that.) As long as you're fluent in English and you can act, you may have a place. I'm not too sure about competition though, but as long as you can - you're in.

    I say for practice, if you don't already, do drama lessons. I'm guessing you live here in the UK and most schools do LAMDA (acting) exams. They're always good practice.

    So, in summary, try not to worry about competition. Just be the best you can for your audition and hopefully you'll get good results! Try also applying for places like Guildhall.
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    (Original post by laura5746352)
    Okay I'll probably be no help here, but I do know a few things about RADA.

    Firstly, I believe they do not care about any A-levels you take. Whether it's Theatre Studies or Maths. The way you get in is literally by an audition sort of interview. (I even believe you can film it and send it off, though I may be wrong on that.) As long as you're fluent in English and you can act, you may have a place. I'm not too sure about competition though, but as long as you can - you're in.

    I say for practice, if you don't already, do drama lessons. I'm guessing you live here in the UK and most schools do LAMDA (acting) exams. They're always good practice.

    So, in summary, try not to worry about competition. Just be the best you can for your audition and hopefully you'll get good results! Try also applying for places like Guildhall.
    Thanks! You actually helped, i know that they dont care about A-levels, and i am considering drama and lit. I dont live in the UK but i wiil be applying for a British Citizenship in 2020, i will be definitely considering guildhall thank you again!
 
 
 
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