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X Factor college course launched.

Summary: Classes specifically designed to prepare wannabe pop stars to pass the first audition stage of the X Factor are being set up.

It used to be said that the X Factor was something that could not be taught, but it seems that is no longer the case, because a college has launched a course.

Classes specifically designed to prepare wannabe pop stars to pass the first audition stage of the X Factor are being set up by a college in north-east England.

Bishop Auckland College, County Durham, claim to be the first in the country to offer the chance to prepare people for going on the ITV talent show.

The 17-week programme ends just before the auditions stage begins.

Students will receive technical tuition in singing and performing, as well as coaching on how to project themselves confidently.

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Date:Jan 15, 2013
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