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    Which is better to go to: an admissions talk or meeting the tutors?
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    I think it really depends on how much you know about the admissions process already. The admissions talk can bust a load of myths around the admissions process, which is very useful. I personally found (with my own application 11 years ago) it much more fruitful meeting the tutor for my subject, but that's because music admissions are fairly straightforward! :yes:

    Something that was nice about going to a college open day and meeting the tutor that day was that the room I met him in was the room I was interviewed in. So it was a bit more familiar than it may have otherwise been. That may not be the case with every single college/subject though (that the open day chat is the same room you'd be interviewed in) :nah:
 
 
 
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