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    Hi
    I posted a question lately very similar to this and I would just like some further guidance as I feel like I'm under a lot of pressure right now.

    Would you recommend learning to drive during AS Levels (for me, that's Biology, Chemistry, Maths and History) and holding down a part time job, or learning to drive (all the theory etc and the practical) in A2 when I have only 3 A Levels (probably Biology, Chemistry and History)?

    Which one would be easier? Thank you!
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    Just start whenever you turn 17. AS levels really aren't as time consuming as people make it out to be.

    Theory can take probably 2/3 weeks to do entirely with the right resources. Lessons is meh, but you can do 1 - 2 lesson a week which will be fine


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    AS maybe? Although I haven't started yet :laugh: but my fathers given me till the start of A2 to do my theory
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    Im studying my theory and plan to do it in two weeks. Just finished my A2 exams and going uni in october
 
 
 
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