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    I'm studying triply science in yr 11. We've done 1 investigation for each subject (biol, chem, phys), but I've recently heard a rumour that we have to submit 2 for each. Please tell me this isn't true.

    You have to submit one mark for each section (planning, obtaining evidence, analysis, evaluation). Usually this means you only do one investigation for each subject. However, it is conceivable that your school might make you do two pieces of coursework (maybe with one of them without a planning section, for example) so they can select the best mark for each section.

    I had to do two investigations for chemistry, but I don't think this is common. If you are happy with the marks from the first coursework then you can just submit a load of crap for the second since it is the best mark for each section that will count.

    This is true for my exam board, but I guess it could be different for others.
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    Thanks - I really hope that's the same for me
 
 
 

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