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    JLG

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    Uni interview? - What would you wear?

    As title says ,Got a few uni interviews coming up , Its for a art subject.I went to one last year (Got accepted but took a year out instead) , Everyone just wore - t-shirt and jeans apart from one guy who wore jeans with a patterned shirt and blazer.Im not sure if you would be expected to dress smart or not?

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    Wear whatever you feel confident in. For a college interview it's not what you are wearing but how you put yourself across that matters.

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    JLG

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    Well in that case i would wear some indigo jeans , A checked/casual shirt and tan belt/chukkas and thats fairly but still beats the jeans and t shirt (Imo) , I was thinking maybe incoperate a blazer as well , Though im not sure .

    I get that it will be about more than your what you wear , You obviously have to get the grades and give off a good impression of your personality while in the interview and what you wear should be the least of your worries but was just wondering what everyone though , Will probably wear what i said above though i wore something like it last time and i he told me in the interview that i was accepted so hopefully be the same way this time when im set on going to uni.

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    Art?

    Draw clothes on your naked body!

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    Or draw naked bodies onto your clothes...

    Or maybe not, that would be more appropriate for a degree in ballistics and rocket science.

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    It's a piece of piss getting in to a standard uni these days. They need you more than you need them
    But if you're applying to those which require an interview as well as grades AND a portfolio, then I'd go to town and wear my besties.

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    JLG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Des View Post
    It's a piece of piss getting in to a standard uni these days. They need you more than you need them
    But if you're applying to those which require an interview as well as grades AND a portfolio, then I'd go to town and wear my besties.
    Not what sure the difference is between a standard one and the second , All of the ones im applying to require a portfolio , Require i meet the grade points and have a interview in which ill have to take my portfolio and talk through it.

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    Ah for real I forgot how the art applicants do things. You should be fine with your usual smart threads.
    Cos you can't just send in your portfolio you need to present it

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    So what comes under "Smart threads"? , Most of my clothes are my old ones and a few newer ones that are mixed/matched (Cant wait to buy everything new for uni xD , If i get in that is haha) , If i had to pick id just wear tan chukka boots/belt , some smart indigo jeans and then all i have in my wardrobe is a few casual shirts (One striped , 5+ Checked or similar and then one white shirt) , I also have a black blazer i could wear.

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    Des

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    I think your choice of jeans and shirt sounds fine.

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