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    So I've just started my A levels: studying Economics, Business & Psychology; I work 2x 4 hour shifts on
    Saturday & Sunday and was wondering if you guys think I should only work one Weekend day? or keep it up the shifts are like 11.30-3.30 10-2
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    (Original post by HardWorker67899)
    So I've just started my A levels: studying Economics, Business & Psychology; I work 2x 4 hour shifts on
    Saturday & Sunday and was wondering if you guys think I should only work one Weekend day? or keep it up the shifts are like 11.30-3.30 10-2
    depends whats best for you, i used to work all day on saturday and it basically meant i had to do all my school work and revision on a sunday, some people would prefer to be able to do all their revision at once whereas some people would prefer to have it spread out over 2 days. of course if you don't think you'll be motivated to revise after a 4 hour shift at work then that might be a problem. it depends how you work best really
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    depends. some peopel can work undepressure while other people cannot. its up to you.
 
 
 
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