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A 9 week mentorship is generally considered to be better than a 6 week mentorship for a few key reasons.


First and foremost, a longer mentorship provides more time for learning and development. With 9 weeks, there is more time to delve into the feedback, ask questions, and practice new skills. This can lead to a deeper understanding of the subject matter and more lasting results.


In addition, a 9 week mentorship allows for a more gradual and sustainable pace of learning. With 6 weeks, the pressure to learn and absorb new information may be greater, which can lead to burnout or frustration.


Finally, a 9 week mentorship offers more opportunities for feedback and support. With a longer duration, there are more opportunities for the mentor to check in and offer guidance, which can be especially helpful for those who are newer to animation.


Overall, a 9 week mentorship provides a more comprehensive and sustainable learning experience, which can lead to better results and a stronger foundation for future growth.

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