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Disukyubi

Take a break if you need one, screw what everyone else thinks.


Glasgowgirl4

No. Why is this wrong?


AdorableAstronaut1

I think I will be loosing a lot of time if I don't dive into right away


Glasgowgirl4

Time is not lost when you make a choice. If you choose to work, rest and do other things with your life then that’s what you’re doing with your time. The masters will always be there. Look at me, jumped into a masters and was forced to leave it due to health reasons. Came back in a few years, jumped in again without preparing and now I’m having to delay it again. I’ve chosen to delay it for a third time so that I’m actually fit and prepared and can work on other things this year. I’ll be in my thirties when I finish but I’d rather that than be finishing it later. We do things when we do them.


Fizzyaid

Nothing wrong with it, in fact, it's better to get experience before that, it'll help land you a job in the future!


Caseated_Omentum

No. Completely reasonable and probably a good idea too. Especially if you're not already working, it might not hurt to get some work experience before jumping into a master's.


mieldivina

Nope! Your life! Protect ur peace. If that means taking a break then do it! Or if it means starting right away, go right ahead!


Sad_Mulberry_6645

Not at all


WannaGetCrazy

Get a job that's willing to pay for it


[deleted]

Feel free to. That being said, adjusting back to school was rrrooouuuggghh. Make sure it’s a path you want to take.