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    I'll be starting A levels after GCSE's, but was wondering, how much free time do you have per night?

    I was thinking about building a gaming PC for the summer and beyond, but after reading how much work is required it made me re-think it.

    How much time do you have free? How much work/revision? Do you do any jobs which take up time? Would I have enough time to still enjoy things like gaming, reading, watching TV etc?
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    1. saturday only
    2. a hell of a lot
    3. hell yea work in a garage
    4. slightly but need to cut back

    Im afraid your 'life' is going to be cut short my friend
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    I still have quite a bit of free time despite doing a levels and balancing a part time job etc. (I volunteer and am an ambulance cadet additionally) However at one point I was working 18 hours a week and it just wasn't sustainable /then/ I really had no free time. But yeah a levels aren't the end of of your social life haha you'll still have free time just not as Much lol
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    (Original post by Klanny)
    I'll be starting A levels after GCSE's, but was wondering, how much free time do you have per night?

    I was thinking about building a gaming PC for the summer and beyond, but after reading how much work is required it made me re-think it.

    How much time do you have free? How much work/revision? Do you do any jobs which take up time? Would I have enough time to still enjoy things like gaming, reading, watching TV etc?
    During revision time:
    No free time
    Too much revision (I end up messaging half the world during my so called 'revision' time)
    I do have a part-time job, but it's on hold atm
    No

    (only applies if you're Chinese and your parents want you to get A*A*A* at A level...)
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    Nothing is ever free in life
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    Just wait until you finish your A-levels. It's better to start a gaming pc with a clear head.
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    What's this thing called "free time"?
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    Minus; 7 hr sleep + 4 hrs outside at college, i have 13 hours of free time a weekday lmao.

    Now I don't have any lessons for 2 weeks I have 17 hrs free time a day

    God imagine the things I could achieve urhghghghghghgh
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    The amount of "free time" depends on individuals I think....
 
 
 
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