I am currently considering doing the EPQ and I have a question about the economic benefits and drawbacks of the EU in mind. However, I believe that a small part of the business and economics course that I am studying involves the EU. As you are not allowed to do anything that is directly related to your subject will this be an infringement of the rules or am I just being paranoid? I am assuming they must allow for some overlap as the EPQ is recommended to be done on something that you are studying so small overlaps must be possible.
How related can the EPQ be related to your subjects? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 02-07-2014 09:05
- 02-07-2014 09:15
I did mine and it ended up including some areas of physics we learnt in class, it didn't matter though.
- 02-07-2014 13:19
Up to you.
You can make it very related or completely unrelated, your deciding the title
E.g. I related mine to my university course whereas a medicine friend decided to make an instrument
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