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    Working During Senior School

    Hey guys, how many work hours a week would you recommend for someone doing thirteen/fourteen units of preliminary subjects? Especially if they were still aiming for straight A's?

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    Re: Working During Senior School

    Personally 13/14 units isn't too extreme for the Preliminary course, but it is for the HSC course but to answer your question working will definitely force you to develop a healthy work life and study lifestyle so I think 10-12 hours is decent, like 3-4 3 hour shifts a week is enough and during your HSC course, I'd recommend 9 and below, it becomes very stressful during y12 but during y11, you're allowed to experiment and try out new schedules/study tips and all that jazz
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    Re: Working During Senior School

    10-15 hours should be fine. I'm in my HSC year and have consistently ranked in top 3 across all my subjects (90+ average in all) working 25 hours per week (due to dire circumstances though - definitely don't do this much if you can avoid it). I actually just got my legal assessment back and got 100 on it lol. It's honestly all down to time management, really.


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