Ora didn`t religiously follow school rulebook

London: Singer Rita Ora says that she was not a very obedient student during her school days and was not always good with rules.

The 21-year-old singer studied at the Sylvia Young Theatre School here.

"It wasn`t like `Glee`, sure there was the musical theatre lot and you have to do every class, like tap and ballet, but it was cool. It wasn`t just jazz hands," Ora, 21, said.

"I was cheeky. I hated wearing a hairnet. Sylvia would come into ballet class and catch me without one. Rita, there are some rules. This is a serious matter she`d say," she added.

Ora also admitted she expected to be famous as soon as she finished school and was upset by the constant rejection she faced.

"When I left Sylvia`s at 16, I thought I`d be famous a week later. I got slayed," More magazine quoted Ora as saying.