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    Hey
    I go to college 9-4.30 3 days a week, i have a placement on a Tuesday in a hospice ward and I work in a shop doing 3x 4hour shifts a week. I'm in my second year of a health studies course which is completely coursework, so it takes up a lot of time, I like to spend a long time on my work but can't do that any more and am struggling to get distinctions which I have always achieved.


    One day a week I will leave the house at 7am and not get back in until half 9, then another day I will leave at 7am and not get back till 11pm. (this is because I go to college and then go to work) and then I work on sundays

    I have a few midwifery interviews, all of which require presentations and research, and I just haven't got time for it because I'm always sleeping

    I know jobs are really hard to come by, and I have never really been out of employment since I was 14, but I feel like as this is my second year I need to make a big effort so that I get my grades and hopefully get into uni

    Do you think I should leave? I'm sposed to go in tonight but I really just want to catch up with all of my work for college but i don't know what to say to them
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    Maybe not leave but can you speak to a manager about reducing your hours slightly to give you more study time? They should be understanding given your college timetable and commitments to learning! Good luck!
 
 
 
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