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    I really want to do YouTube seriously and as a hobby but should I invest time into it because I'm a smart student aiming to do A-Levels then go to uni so should I do YouTube videos as I'm doing my A-Levels because I don't think I'll have the time to do it at university
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    Depends on what kind of content, but yes, if you have some spare time, maybe a couple of hours in the weekend, then go ahead. Although to be successful (or to gain the first 1K subscribers) on YouTube you have to be uploading regularly.

    Either way, you should start because you never know, you might end up not wanting YouTube as a career because you will soon start to see how much hard work it takes to get videos created.

    Good luck!
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    (Original post by IsaacVB)
    I really want to do YouTube seriously and as a hobby but should I invest time into it because I'm a smart student aiming to do A-Levels then go to uni so should I do YouTube videos as I'm doing my A-Levels because I don't think I'll have the time to do it at university
    I wouldn't risk my A levels. Once you've finished your A levels you'll have all of July, August, September and some universities some of October free so I would do it then.
 
 
 
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