7 Tips to Filling in your Model Application

  • Amy Bebbington
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Filling in an online application can be quite a nerve racking and daunting experience as the form is the first impression you will make on a potential employer or modelling agency. The application process needs to be handled with care and a steady pace without rushing to finish as soon as possible. Haste causes errors and mistakes, which could hinder your chances of success with a model agency, model support service or client. Proceed confidently yet fill out the form to the best of your abilities to impress as remember industry professionals are inundated with applications and you need to stand out above rivals.

Our registration form is quick and easy to complete. Simply click here, fill in your details and upload a professional photograph.

Follow our 7 steps to nailing your model application with confidence.

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Read Through the Application

Before jumping in head first and filling in your details read through the application carefully. By understanding what is asked of you from the application you will feel more confident with your answers and less hesitant. Take in all the information and research where necessary to gain a much stronger understanding of what is asked of you.

Fill in the Application Correctly

The next step is to actually fill in the form correctly and to the best of your ability without errors. By typing slowly and precisely no spelling errors will be made, which is crucial as a tiny mistake could lead to not being hired. A missing digit or letter could hinder your chances as agents or employers can not contact you. When asked a question answer truthfully including all relevant details such as your full name, date of birth, phone number, email address, shoe size etc. If unsure of a spelling make sure you check Google before submitting.

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Upload a Professional Photograph

Fashion model applications usually involve uploading images, which could either be a simple headshot and full length body shot or a selection of portfolio images captured at a photoshoot. The company will usually state their stipulations and it is important that you follow their requirements. The images need to be to a high standard and professional to give the right impression. No selfies or photos socialising with friends please as these kind of shots will look amateur.

Double Check Each Section

Always double check what you have entered to ensure that all your personal information is all correct. It may be worthwhile asking a friend or relative to check the application to ensure that there are no errors. A fresh pair of eyes are extremely useful in this situation.

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Confidently Press Send

When you are certain that all is correct including your contact information it is time to hit the send button. Check over once more and find the courage to click send without doubting yourself. It is tempting to keep revising your work but there will come a time when you need to submit the form safe in the knowledge that you have done all that you can.

Be Patient

Patience is key as the agency or client may take time to respond via email or phone. Do not get too disheartened if you haven’t heard in a couple of days as these processes take time. Employers and agents are extremely busy and will have a lot of applications to sift through.

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Keep at It

Do not just fill out one online form and hope for the best. It is important to keep your options open and apply to a lot of agencies to be in with a chance is succeeding in a fiercely competitive world. Repeat this process each time to hopefully be in with a great shot of hearing back. Good luck!

What our your top tips to filling out a model application form? Let us know how you get on, we love hearing stories from aspiring models…………….

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Posted by Amy Bebbington

I express my love of fashion through writing, blogging and styling. My creative personality ensures that I produce unique and original work. I am a keen knitter and enthusiatic dancer.