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Loric last won the day on January 11 2014

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  1. You can submit whatever you want, as long as you acknowledge there's some who will reject you outright just on "Did not follow instructions." Those people LOVE rejecting people for that one, so they seek it out. But otherwise, you face a 50/50 chance no one will ever even read it anyways.
  2. I think if anything that's a primary reason I probably wont. The other stuff I can "get" so to speak, practice, toil.. etc.. but the recs? Screw that.
  3. No, it was for exactly the reason I thought. In other news, they're holding on to my transcripts in case I do reapply at some point down the road, but all the other paperwork has to be resubmitted. Rec, SOP, etc..
  4. And so "reasons" it is. It says they invite me to apply again once I have some new projects for my portfolio.
  5. Plus it's extra troubling to know they want people and want interest and such.. But I might get rejected, cuz, "reasons."
  6. I wish I had more options to apply to. This new program is considered the first foray into recruiting young artists. The field is graying and dying off and they're just realizing the whole veil of secrecy and boys club mentality is killing the industry.
  7. "None... Or do we charge him for wasting our time..? Decisions.. Decisions..."
  8. It's it like 4am over there or something..?
  9. Oh lord, and to make sure I wasn't imaging what was said to who and when I pulled up the email exchange after the phone calls and the "additional materials" I submitted. Omg.. omg. omg.. I'm soo not getting in. *headdesk* You know that feeling when you've forgotten a piece of work and you go back and look at it again and you're like "Gee.. that's crap." Yeah, that feeling.
  10. Not film, but similar sort of mindset. The idea of the project's goals being important, not the ego, and the emphasis on the team were actually major points in my SOP. Too bad my first contact after the submission suggested it hadn't been read. I think I was very nearly cut during that "quick flip through" of the portfolio - my inquiry and subsequent protest probably at least got me into the second round. Come to think of it, I'm not really sure why the admission rep said what he did to me.. he could have said nothing. I could have simply been given a glance by a few powers that be and
  11. A quick reply to denote the information was received is always a good first move. Then say you don't have any Q's at the moment, but you probably will later and you'll follow up then.
  12. As someone who applied to an area in the arts that specifically said they'd consider pretty much any form of art/design.. and then being told that the adcom had questions because I didn't show a particular artisan skill.. I can't imagine trying something different would be any worse.
  13. Like $35.. http://www.uncommongoods.com/product/marimo-moss-ball-light-bulb-aquarium?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&gclid=CNWJ0o2UtrwCFYNi7Aodr04A7g
  14. I put in for my vacation days next week at work. I'm pretty much "over it" completely.
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