Hey before I get started, financially I'm all set so don't bother with that stuff So I've been playing Bass for 2 years nor but only serious for 1 year (by serious I mean 4 hours practice a day minimum). I'm in a band, tutor 2 guitar players (I have a year experience of acoustic guitar as well), and I have a teacher. I know a good deal of theory such as scales, intervals, various types of chords, inverting/modulating, ect. (I also use pacmans method) Im a good improvisor and can play along to something new fairly quick. My main weakness is sight reading. I can read notation okay and I'm practicing reading everyday but I don't think I could play and read at the same time. So that being said, does anyone have any experience with Berklee and could give me any advice on the audition? I'm kinda nervous to be honest. I used to hear that they took in anyone decent that auditioned but I don't know if things changed or what exactly a decent player is. If anyone has some insight thatd be awesome, thanks!