Guest petitecat Posted August 11, 2003 Report Share Posted August 11, 2003 I've been dancing since I was 5, so I guess it's quite young. But it's only been recent that I've started thinking about a career in dancing. I've just finished my first year of GCSE's, so it's about time I started thinking of my future. The thing is, I don't really know much about having a future in dance, I've always wanted to go to a boarding school or summer school even, but I get worried that I won't be good enough. I'm tempted to send an application off for a summer school for next year, but I think my nerves just get the better of me. What should I do to either get the courage to do it, or improve my dancing? I keep thinking that I've gotten to that age where I can't improve anymore, but whenever I look at myself dancing, I tell myself that there is definately room for improvement. I just don't know how. I also have my elimentary exam in about two weeks, and I've never done it before. What are they like? Quote Link to comment
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