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Tips mention: Interview (4), ACT/SAT (8), Grades (16), Sports/Extracurriculars (2), College Essay (6)
I had a portfolio of about 8-10 pieces whichFeb 19 2003Art & Design Department
i had a portfolio of about 8-10 pieces which touched on the main media like pencil, ink, pastel, acrylic and watercolor. they were mostly still lifes (still lives?) and a maybe one or two imagination pieces. all of it was representational. a mix of black and white and color. (not that it matters, but my high school's art room was tucked in the corner of the basement, you had to walk through another classroom to get to it, and it's supplies were limited). i also had good grades, which i was rewarded for, and so made up for (what i thought to be) a not very competitive portfolio.
SAT: 1310 Male
Unfortuantely it seems that Pratt will take everyone andFeb 19 2003Art & Design Department
Unfortuantely it seems that Pratt will take everyone and their grandmother these days. As stated before, money seems to be the bottom line for this administration.
SAT: 990 Male
Bring in whatever you have including sketchbooksFeb 18 2003Art & Design Department
Bring in whatever you have including sketchbooks. The more stuff you have, the better. It doesn't matter because as long as you haqve access to money, they will take anybody-including those with no iota of talent.
SAT: 1250 Male
As long as you can come up with theFeb 18 2003Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc
As long as you can come up with the $35000 youre in.
Male
A portfolio of your highschool sketch book will do,Feb 17 2003Art & Design Department
A portfolio of your highschool sketch book will do, but they do give merit scholarship awards for good grades and a skilled pen, pencil, and/or brush.
SAT: 1190 Male
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