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    Hi I'm thinking of applying for a part time job as obviously getting old you tend to need more money and the parents won't give you it. The only thing I am worried about is it the best idea to cope with a part time jobs and studying alevels I take law sociology busing studied and apples science. Any advice
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    I work 1-2 shifts a week and doing 4 AS levels - i'm finding it fine as I use my free study periods to get work done I still have time at the weekend.
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    (Original post by Caver)
    I work 1-2 shifts a week and doing 4 AS levels - i'm finding it fine as I use my free study periods to get work done I still have time at the weekend.
    Yes this is what I think. It all comes down to organisation I think
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    (Original post by jamesharrison654)
    Yes this is what I think. It all comes down to organisation I think
    Definitely!
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    Try to keep your number of shifts as low as possible , it'l make it alot easier in the long run
 
 
 
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