the strings sit inside grooves in the nut, not just on top of the nut.
strings are wound, not solid metal rods.
the heel of the neck seems to jut out a bit far and should be slightly more beveled towards the body.
the headstock should smoothly meet the neck on the back of the neck and headstock.
bridge is floating above the body.
the tuning pegs need to have washers around them as real tuning pegs sit inside those washers to prevent pressure cracks in the wood.
the frets need beveling on the ends as a straight cut fret would destroy a person's fingers.
frets need a small amount of metal that are inside the fretboard as that's what holds them in place.
bridge should not be glossy.
body should match gloss of neck.
in your first image i can see where the seam was marked for the uv around the body.
this seam should be at the very bottom end of the body. (the end behind the bridge) since that's where the real pieces are glued together.
string height (action) is too high.
the strings on a classical guitar are nylon, not steel.
however, if you want it to be a steel string you must bow the fretboard out a slight bit as flat radius fretboards are strictly classical nylon string.
nylon string bridges are different as well so it might be easier to just round the radius of the fretboard.
white binding on the body needs to be on the top and back of the body as much as the sides.
this is a a great job even with those flaws as all the shapes are pretty damn accurate.
source: i've played guitar for 18 years.