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    I've just finished academic studies for this year, and now I've got 4 months of free time to kill. What should I do ? >.>
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    (Original post by Chicken Bacon)
    I've just finished academic studies for this year, and now I've got 4 months of free time to kill. What should I do ? >.>
    Get a job, go on a cheap holiday, maybe do some volunteering
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    (Original post by Chicken Bacon)
    I've just finished academic studies for this year, and now I've got 4 months of free time to kill. What should I do ? >.>
    Get a job?!
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    You make me and all the other A lvl students very jealous, we got hella exams and no time, give us some of your time pls?
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Get a job, go on a cheap holiday, maybe do some volunteering
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    Get a job?!
    I want to, but every time I send out my CV's and apply I get nothing. <.<
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    You make me and all the other A lvl students very jealous, we got hella exams and no time, give us some of your time pls?
    Really ? I remember back when I was doing A-levels it was pretty chill. I did modular exams though. (this was 3 - 4 years ago)
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    (Original post by Chicken Bacon)
    I want to, but every time I send out my CV's and apply I get nothing. <.<
    What's your previous work experience like? You can always volunteer somewhere to put it on your CV if you've got loads of time on your hands.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    What's your previous work experience like? You can always volunteer somewhere to put it on your CV if you've got loads of time on your hands.
    I have been advised against putting my previous work experience or occupation down because it seems to 'prestigious' to get a job in retail.
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    Go to the gym, learn a language, play video games, watch box sets, go out with your friends, sun bathe, read, get a job or learn a new hobby.
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    Job, save money , then travel and just enjoy free time.

    You could do soemthing really disgusting like make a head start into next years work so you cna be ready for your finals at Easter.
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    (Original post by chikane)
    Go to the gym, learn a language, play video games, watch box sets, go out with your friends, sun bathe, read, get a job or learn a new hobby.
    Might try learning a new language.
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    (Original post by Chicken Bacon)
    I want to, but every time I send out my CV's and apply I get nothing. <.<
    really, people in my year who only turned 16 got jobs at subway and fish and chip shops
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    (Original post by Chicken Bacon)
    I've just finished academic studies for this year, and now I've got 4 months of free time to kill. What should I do ? >.>
    Make a video
    Draw
    Play video games
    Volunteer
    Hit the gym

    I've just rattled off what I'm going to do anyway haha
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    really, people in my year who only turned 16 got jobs at subway and fish and chip shops
    I am much older than you :P
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    (Original post by Chicken Bacon)
    I have been advised against putting my previous work experience or occupation down because it seems to 'prestigious' to get a job in retail.
    Non relevant experience is better than a completely empty cv.
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    (Original post by Chicken Bacon)
    I have been advised against putting my previous work experience or occupation down because it seems to 'prestigious' to get a job in retail.
    What was your previous job? I'd say put it on your CV anyway. With retail you just have to keep applying to a tonne of places.
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    (Original post by Jenx301)
    What was your previous job? I'd say put it on your CV anyway. With retail you just have to keep applying to a tonne of places.
    I've worked as a nurse in a dental clinic, and I am a current 4th year dental student.
    If I mention that I am a year 4th year dental student, no one would hire me because they know once I graduate I'm quitting the retail job.
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    You make me and all the other A lvl students very jealous, we got hella exams and no time, give us some of your time pls?
    This is so true ;(


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