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    Unhappy JC to Arts degree?

    Hi all, I'm currently studying at JC1 level (H2ART/H2MATH/H2PHY/H1CHEM) and looking to pursue a BFA at NTU ADM (specifically a Digital Animation degree) after completing 4 years of JC and NS.
    According to NTU ADM's representative grade profile for 2015, the 10th percentile grade was CCD/C while the 90th percentile was AAA/B. I am also aware that admission comprises of UAS as well as an "Entry Requirement Score", which probably consists of portfolio assessment and creative project submission. Based on this information, I can only assume that ADM takes the A Level grades with a grain of salt (please correct me if I'm wrong).
    I am wondering how important grades are if pursuing a course in this field, and if any greater opportunities in this field rely heavily on grades . Either way, I will strive for good results in my As, it's just that I'm not sure how I should allocate my time and resources between studying and building my portfolio :S

    If anyone could enlighten me on this subject, it would be greatly appreciated

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    I will say think about what you wanna be after u get that degree.

    Cause it's going to cost you alot to study in a university.

    Can you use the money instead and take cheaper online courses to study art and gain the same knowledge.

    If you can, i will save , go the online route and screw the degree.

    If you self admit, you need to go to school inorder to have self desipline to get the job done. than i will say go take the University route.

    On avg, it's gonna cost you at least 5 years before you can recover your uni fees before you actually earn anything out from a art degree.
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