Studying in an American universityWatch
what can i do to build up my CV if this is the case?
i fully intend to work hard to get the GCSE grades i need, hopefully the A levels grades i need to apply.
Could i take A levels that aren't Art related.
Is it possible for me to take an Art foundation year without a GCSE or a level in art. Can i take a level art without GCSE Art?
I know that my college accepted students that didn’t take art gcse but they provided a portifolio of drawings - honestly when you apply to do a levels, go for your interview and just show them your work. If you believe that it’s of a high standard then go for it. You’re better off having the a level if you want the degree because of the experience you’ll get from studying artists, writing about your work and experimenting with different media.
Thank you! i suppose that makes sense, A level art (from what i know) wouldn't require much aside from art skills as other skills from gcse art is something i could pick up e.g analysis.. although, i am not sure if i would even need any specfic a levels to study at university in the US. Also having the A level would be better preperation. Do 6th forms do the same? or does it depend on the specfic college/6th form you go to. I have heard colleges are more liberal at allowing you to apply for a levels you hadn't previously done