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I did the MYP but then moved to the UK and did GCSEs, I'm now moving to the middle east and will do IB diploma. I really want to get a job but I don't know if I will have enough time. Is it worth having a job or will it create too much stress? Also, any tips for IB will help
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I did the MYP but then moved to the UK and did GCSEs, I'm now moving to the middle east and will do IB diploma. I really want to get a job but I don't know if I will have enough time. Is it worth having a job or will it create too much stress? Also, any tips for IB will help
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I think you can try for some part time jobs initially in the first year before all the Internal Assessments kick in. However, you should really think how will that job benefit you as IBDP can be really demanding and will become challenging if you don't dedicate it enough time.

What Higher Level and Standard Level subjects are you taking.
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I think you can try for some part time jobs initially in the first year before all the Internal Assessments kick in. However, you should really think how will that job benefit you as IBDP can be really demanding and will become challenging if you don't dedicate it enough time.

What Higher Level and Standard Level subjects are you taking.
the problem is I don't even know if i'm doing A-levels of Ib. I've done IB before and i thrived in that type of system but in A-levels i will have more free time. I think i will do higher level art, business but i can't decide between english or biology higher level. I will then to standard maths, ab intio spanish and then english or biology. I also don't know when i will study for the SATs cause i plan to study in the US
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the problem is I don't even know if i'm doing A-levels of Ib. I've done IB before and i thrived in that type of system but in A-levels i will have more free time. I think i will do higher level art, business but i can't decide between english or biology higher level. I will then to standard maths, ab intio spanish and then english or biology. I also don't know when i will study for the SATs cause i plan to study in the US
I think definitely A-levels will leave you with more time to do a part time job when compared IB. Well, if you want to study SATs and you are doing IB try to drop the idea of part time job. However, this is only my opinion on how time consuming IB is, as i did IBDP myself.
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I think definitely A-levels will leave you with more time to do a part time job when compared IB. Well, if you want to study SATs and you are doing IB try to drop the idea of part time job. However, this is only my opinion on how time consuming IB is, as i did IBDP myself.
ok thank you!
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