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    I've seen samples of EEs and some have 30+ pages while others have 10+ pages. But does anyone know what the recommended number of pages should be? Has any of your teachers told you before? I know quantity doesn't mean much if your quality stinks, but how many pages is too little?
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    I did mine in chemistry for the May 2013 cycle, and it was 55 pages long (including appendices, footnotes, pictures.... the lot). A few other people in my year did chemistry, and although I haven't read them all carefully, they range from around 20-60 pages. However, you're very limited by the word count. Rather than worrying about page count, concentrate on getting under 4000 words (and make sure you know what does and doesn't count in the total), and when you're happy with that, work on the layout and any pictures/diagrams you need. Then put all your raw data, and anything else you think is relevant in the appendices (don't forget the examiner isn't obliged to read this!).


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    (Original post by Jacinthe)
    I did mine in chemistry for the May 2013 cycle, and it was 55 pages long (including appendices, footnotes, pictures.... the lot). A few other people in my year did chemistry, and although I haven't read them all carefully, they range from around 20-60 pages. However, you're very limited by the word count. Rather than worrying about page count, concentrate on getting under 4000 words (and make sure you know what does and doesn't count in the total), and when you're happy with that, work on the layout and any pictures/diagrams you need. Then put all your raw data, and anything else you think is relevant in the appendices (don't forget the examiner isn't obliged to read this!).


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    Thanks gurrrrl.
 
 
 
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