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  1. #11
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    I have 2 kids at school and one in child care 2 days a week. I fit all my classes in those 2 days, and in the breaks between the classes I do as much study as I can. Other than that I study late at night after I finally get the kids in bed. When I have assignments due I pull all-nighters.

    My husband is not particularly helpful and have no family here so its the only way really.

  2. #12
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    Jun 2007
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    I finished a 4 year uni course last year. My daughter was 6 months old when i started and i was a single parent. DD was at daycare while i was at uni so i had a few hours each afternoon to organise myself but majority had to be done after she went to bed (she was a late sleeper so 8pm), had a few all nighters just to get assignments in on time! Other nights i would rock her in one arm while typing with the other!

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