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    I know a lot of people who worked part time whilst in college/sixth form so it's definitely doable! It's good to have a job for both experience and obviously the money. Perhaps take the job and if you find yourself struggling or your education suffering, give it up. You can only give it a go If you're good at time management and keep on top of things it could be just fine.
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    I'm doing two a levels and a btec at the moment and I'm applying for a part time job. But I'm just worried this might be too much a work load. My teachers say I'm doing really well in all courses but I don't want anything to ruin my results next year. Has anyone been in this situation before? Should I not take the job? And is it possible to manage your time well enough? I want really (emphasis on the really) good grades next year
    This is definitely achievable, just put the work in.
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