Hi! I am a freshman this year at the New Studio on Broadway for MT in Tisch. An average studio day is very intense. Studio days are Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. My schedule for Tuesday begins at 9am and doesn't end until 5:30pm, and my longest break is for 45 minutes. I have 5 classes on Tuesdays, and these include Movement Dynamics, Dance, Sight Singing, Song Performance, and Acting. On Thursdays, my schedule begins at 8:45am and ends at 5:30pm, with my longest break being 45 minutes as well. I also have 5 classes on Thursdays and these include Movement Dynamics, Ballet, Music Theory, Small Group Singing, and Acting. Fridays are a little bit easier, because my schedule begins at 10:30am and ends at 5:20pm, but I have breaks in between all three classes which are Broadway Styles Dance, Speech, and Keyboard. Each class is about an hour and 15 minutes, but both acting classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays run for 2 hours. I hope that helps!
Also, for preparation, you might think about taking a couple dance classes. You could also take some basic piano lessons if you don't already play, and some music theory if it's available to you. For your audition, make sure you have more songs in your book than the required number that NYU asks for, just in case they would like to hear something else from you. It's also a good idea to have a few monologues, rather than just the 2 they ask for, prepared just in case. At my audition, my 2 songs and monologues worked just fine and they didn't ask me for anything else, but it's good to be ready for the unexpected anyway. I hope this was helpful!