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    Hi all! I have 2 uni interviews at the end of the month and one of the interviews requires a portfolio and the other one is portfolio optional. What on earth do I put in an advertising portfolio? I take media studies, graphics and photography, I'm asking my teachers tomorrow to help me make one but it would be great to get a rough idea of what i should put in. Would work in graphics (such as book covers I've made etc.) be a good thing to put in as I haven't really got anything to do with advertising besides one or two pieces of work? Or should I throw together a few pieces of work to put in? Please bare in mind that my first one is November 29th and the second is December 1st- I don't have much time and I only found out a few days ago (on monday 12th)

    i think that experience and a few hands on workout is something that you can put in
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