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    Is working 2 days alongside a Building Surveying degree unrealistic?
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    (Original post by din go dave)
    Is working 2 days alongside a Building Surveying degree unrealistic?
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    Assuming it's not a contact heavy course I cant see a problem
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    Good for your CV mate , where do you work?
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    I'm in my first year and working 15-20 hours a week and still getting Firsts in everything I've been graded on so far. It's true what they say though.

    Work
    Good grades
    Social life

    Choose two.
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    In first year it should be more than doable. Depending on how much the workloads up in second year you may find yourself with less free time on top of working. And in final year you may struggle. But first year? Can't imagine you'll struggle to work 2 days a week unless you're already actually struggling with the course content.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Assuming it's not a contact heavy course I cant see a problem
    I agree
 
 
 
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