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Reapplying if rejected

Metal494Metal494 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I am interested in applying to graduate school for film, specifically, AFI. If I were rejected, I would improve my application over the next year by doing extracirricular activities and working.

How is this plan generally looked at by graduate schools and especially AFI? Is it a common thing to do?
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