This is difficult and you really do need to find a balance that feels right to you. Interview preparation should be something you try and work on daily so one way to go about it would be to set yourself a number of hours for interview preparation each day and after you’ve done that spend the rest of the day on A-levels.

You may even find that you have to put your A-levels on a bit of a hold, or work on them a little less until your interviews are over – that’s the approach I went for and it’s what worked for me. It all depends on how much interview preparation you think you’ll require in order to feel confident going in.


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