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    I've been offered a full-time job (flexible though) but not sure whether this would affect my studying. Anyone else doing this? Thoughts welcome...
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    I don't think it's a good idea, but it kind depends what your studying too. If it's going to affect your learning you should probably wait until after you've completed your studies.
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    (Original post by KClark23)
    I've been offered a full-time job (flexible though) but not sure whether this would affect my studying. Anyone else doing this? Thoughts welcome...
    This would depend on the level of study, the subject, what your job requires and what you need to do for studying.

    You could find it okay for a while and then come exam time you may struggle.
    but it completely depends on your situation and your motivation for both studying and working, it's not impossible but it may be hard at times.
    good luck with whatever you do
 
 
 
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