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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...

    Thank you
    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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