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    I just got a job and i'm doing 4 A-levels. My work place is about 45 mins - 1 hour away.

    It's meant to be 16 hours and I don't know how I can arrange the hours effectively and I just need a little bit of advice.

    My manager is letting me try out 4:30pm to 8:30pm on Friday and then a random time on Saturday and Sunday. What i'm basically asking is: Should I work both Saturday and Sunday or should I work only Saturday as I live far.
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    (Original post by ClassyBubble01)
    I just got a job and i'm doing 4 A-levels. My work place is about 45 mins - 1 hour away.

    It's meant to be 16 hours and I don't know how I can arrange the hours effectively and I just need a little bit of advice.

    My manager is letting me try out 4:30pm to 8:30pm on Friday and then a random time on Saturday and Sunday. What i'm basically asking is: Should I work both Saturday and Sunday or should I work only Saturday as I live far.
    Drop a subject if you need more time, I think most colleges recommend that you work no more than 12 hours
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    (Original post by Fonzworth)
    Drop a subject if you need more time, I think most colleges recommend that you work no more than 12 hours
    Well I enjoy all of my subjects but i'll take that into consideration
 
 
 
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