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    Hello, I would like to go on to do A-Levels at University but I would also, like to get some hand on experience for the course that I would like to do. This will allow me to have some sort of experience. But, how do I balance my school life (A-Levels) and experience live? I would like to go and do something related in the medical and healthcare industry?

    Does anyone know what to do?

    I want to go and get full A-Levels in Sixth Form, but I also, want to have some experience and work (earn money)?
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    If you are thinking about doing medicine then its best you get started on work experience now. Have a look at the guide on TSR for tips. As for balancing work and life, its more about learning to prioritise and cutting down on procrastinating. There is plenty of time for you to do well in a levels, have a life and even work part time as long as you manage your time perfectly and don't waste it.
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    (Original post by HopelessMedic)
    If you are thinking about doing medicine then its best you get started on work experience now. Have a look at the guide on TSR for tips. As for balancing work and life, it's more about learning to prioritise and cutting down on procrastinating. There is plenty of time for you to do well in A-Levels, have a life and even work part time as long as you manage your time perfectly and don't waste it.
    What work experience would you recommend? How do I apply for it?
    How do I get it?
    And what should I do (A-Level and do part time work or College do A-levels and an apprenticeship).

    Thanks, much appreciated! :P
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    This is the guide for anything medicine related.http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/Medicine

    As for doing an apprenticeship I don't see why you wold want to do one if your already doing levels
 
 
 
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