1. Use your Resources
2. Always be LearningIn some calls, you may be asked to perform a piece of music, slides, or a dance. In order to be able to successfully do these things, it is important to practice your quick learning skills. This can be done by attending a dance class at school and sight-reading music. The longer you keep your brain learning new dances and music, you will be able to pick them up on the spot in an audition.
3. Practice with OthersMost people can perform perfectly in the comfort of their own room or shower. Once there is an audience, you may forget to breathe or your brain might blank. To avoid this from happening, practice your entire set in front of a friend, or multiple friends, if you have the option. This should make you at ease when you perform in front of others again at your audition. Friends can also help you improve with their feedback.
College auditions can be scary for your first year. It gets better as time goes on and you begin to learn what your performance strengths are. Just keep practicing, do your best, and never be afraid to ask for help. Break a leg!