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    basically i've been signed up to do both by my teacher, but with me already doing 5 A-Levels anyway I don't know if I would be able to handle it. I want to primarily focus on my A Levels because they will be worth more than the other qualifications, but would still like to do 1 because it shows I have broadened myself outside the classroom, or whatever. So what do you think I should do? Anyone have any experience doing either qualification? The AEA is in Maths, and obviously the EPQ is on whatever I want.
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    anyone got any ideas?
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    EPQ is pretty easy just time consuming. Cant comment on the AEA but EPQ will hardly add that much to your workload.
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    EPQ is very time consuming but easy, I'm doing the AEA and as long as you remember stuff from C1-4 then its pretty easy
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    i've done the EPQ...like everyone said, tis very very time consuming but defintely worthwhile
 
 
 
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