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    I have my interview for A Level art tomorrow, and all I have been told is to bring a portfolio of my work. I have never done this before and am wondering what I should include. I have all of my GCSE art work, and a few other pieces and sketch books...

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    All your GCSE work should be sufficient, a writing piece as well perhaps. But enough to show your current capabilities so not lots of really old pieces which don't broadcast your talents

    ((I'm doing A level Fine Art currently))
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    (Original post by frezla)
    I have my interview for A Level art tomorrow, and all I have been told is to bring a portfolio of my work. I have never done this before and am wondering what I should include. I have all of my GCSE art work, and a few other pieces and sketch books...

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    Hmm, have they said how long the interview will be? You might not have enough time to go through all your GCSE work

    However, I guess it wouldn't hurt bringing it along anyway but be prepared to chat through the stuff you're most proud of.

    I think it's a good idea to bring any art (that's particularly good) you've done outside of your GCSE projects to show how dedicated you are

    Good luck!!
 
 
 
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