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This article analyses students in upper secondary vocational education and training (VET) for retail and office work in Norway who deploy gap year justification in search of an educational time-out. The international literature on gap year, emphasises that this is a way for privileged students of getting ahead in the competition for access to elite universities. Based on qualitative interviews of VET students, the article finds that this perspective is, however, very different from thedoi:10.3384/njvet.2242-458x.1991129 fatcat:pq5f2t54ovdcvft2zjiwuxbo7u