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    I'm 15 and have done all of my GCSE exams does this mean I can now work because I have my national insurance number. Also according to the gov website you can work up to 35 hours during holidays so will exam leave count as holiday and therefore am I entitled to work the full 35 hour's
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    I'm 15 and have done all of my GCSE exams does this mean I can now work because I have my national insurance number. Also according to the gov website you can work up to 35 hours during holidays so will exam leave count as holiday and therefore am I entitled to work the full 35 hour's
    No you need to be 16.
    No you're not on holiday whilst on exam leave, you are still in full time education.


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    I'm 15 and have done all of my GCSE exams does this mean I can now work because I have my national insurance number. Also according to the gov website you can work up to 35 hours during holidays so will exam leave count as holiday and therefore am I entitled to work the full 35 hour's
    Most places wont usually take you on until you are of school leaving age- which is the last friday in june.
 
 
 
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