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Who is studying for A levels and has a job in the evenings and/or at the weekend? watch


    I've just finished the Lower Sixth (AS Levels) and have had a pert-time job on Saturday mornings all year. Although there is quite a large workload (and my school is v pressurised!!) I think that it's really important to have a job.... it gives you a break from school and can be really social too! I'd definitely go for it, but be careful how many hours u work so u can keep things under control!!

    I taught piano during my exams- 3.5hours per week. which give me £35 a week.

    I couldn't have hacked a job with travelling etc as i live in the country a would have had 2 get lifts etc etc....yawn!
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