Should I quit my job to focus on a levels?

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Hi guys, I need some advice, I’m starting sixth form in just under a month, I currently work a weekend job and I’m not sure if I should quit because eu really want to focus on getting the best grades possible for university as well as playing club sports, the season starts in a couple weeks and I’m not sure wether I should quit. The only thing is I like the money haha and it’s given me something to put on cv.

What do I do??
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its very difficult. i recently quit my job in summer (going into year 13 now) granted it was a 8-12 hour job but i wanted to focus on a levels, going out with my friends, and literally just sleeping. I am so glad I did, mainly because its a weight of my shoulders.
However, my friend had a weekend job that she absolutely loved and she was given her notice and is now looking for another job. It is different for everyone. You could give it a few weeks to see how you find it, but it is all dependent on your priorities
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So I'm in the same position as you and I've decided to quit mine (the pay wasn't as high as i wanted for the work i was doing either). I want to focus on a levels, figure out how much revision and studying time I need and also make time for social and sport. If I find I have time to spare I will take up another one in a job which is more suited to the course I want to do at uni If your job isn't soemthing that takes up your whole day and you think you can balance it definitely keep it as it would b gd to put on a cv. If you end up getting overwhelmed you can always quit.
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Quit.
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(Original post by brionyvj)
its very difficult. i recently quit my job in summer (going into year 13 now) granted it was a 8-12 hour job but i wanted to focus on a levels, going out with my friends, and literally just sleeping. I am so glad I did, mainly because its a weight of my shoulders.
However, my friend had a weekend job that she absolutely loved and she was given her notice and is now looking for another job. It is different for everyone. You could give it a few weeks to see how you find it, but it is all dependent on your priorities
Ok thank you
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