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    I'm doing fairly well in A levels at the moment and getting A's and B's in all my subjects. However I'm quite tempted to give up on them and going to get a job since it would get me immediate money and stop me from going to uni and turning into a posh ****. I enjoy my subjects but I'm finding the idea of just getting a job such as being a waiter rather tempting as I can get decent amount of cash and the ability to work half of the day and then be able to do whatever I want with the rest of my free time.

    Any thoughts on this? Should I stick with my A levels or go and get a job?
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    I'm doing fairly well in A levels at the moment and getting A's and B's in all my subjects. However I'm quite tempted to give up on them and going to get a job since it would get me immediate money and stop me from going to uni and turning into a posh ****. I enjoy my subjects but I'm finding the idea of just getting a job such as being a waiter rather tempting as I can get decent amount of cash and the ability to work half of the day and then be able to do whatever I want with the rest of my free time.

    Any thoughts on this? Should I stick with my A levels or go and get a job?
    If you leave A levels then you can't just go out and get a job. It'd have to be an apprenticeship, therefore not being a waiter.

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