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    I've just started a Bach of Business online and have a 4yo. I also work 4 days a week. Thankfully DD goes to sleep about 6:30, so I study between 7-10pm most nights and have started with 2 subjects to see how I cope. It's only early days, but so far the workload is ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehawaii View Post
    I've just started a Bach of Business online and have a 4yo. I also work 4 days a week. Thankfully DD goes to sleep about 6:30, so I study between 7-10pm most nights and have started with 2 subjects to see how I cope. It's only early days, but so far the workload is ok.
    Wow 6.30??? It's 9.10 and eldest is still awake, youngest only fell asleep around 8.45. If I can get her into preschool next year I might start with a self paced online course that I could mostly do on one of those 2 days and work up to nights when she starts to sleep better! I could maybe fit an hour in while older kids still awake but not with crazy 2 year old!

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    Default When do you study and what ages are your kids?

    Quote Originally Posted by Freyamum View Post
    Wow 6.30??? It's 9.10 and eldest is still awake, youngest only fell asleep around 8.45. If I can get her into preschool next year I might start with a self paced online course that I could mostly do on one of those 2 days and work up to nights when she starts to sleep better! I could maybe fit an hour in while older kids still awake but not with crazy 2 year old!
    Yes, 6:30 or 7pm at the latest.... But DD is an early riser, so we are up between 5-6am every day. I can handle the early starts as I love having a few quiet hours of a night.

    I'm going through Swinburne Online and have found them very helpful. You could start with 1 subject at a time and see how you go.

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