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I decided that I want to do my EPQ on Milton's "Paradise Lost" but apparently we might be studying it for A2 in English Literature. If it is on the syllabus for A2, will I have to choose a different EPQ subject?
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I decided that I want to do my EPQ on Milton's "Paradise Lost" but apparently we might be studying it for A2 in English Literature. If it is on the syllabus for A2, will I have to choose a different EPQ subject?
Yeah, you should do something that's not on your syllabus cuz otherwise it won't be accepted.
I had a friend whose EPQ was rejected cuz she done something that was part of her syllabus so I'd recommend a different topic, or if you want to do that, emphasise that it's completely different to what's being covered in lessons.
For example, if you're learning about structure or what is meant by lost paradise then you're gonna have to find something completely different within the book, which is kinda hard since you cover a lot in lessons.
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I know I'm not allowed to do my EPQ on something I've already studied/am studying in AS. But by the time we learn about Paradise Lost (if we do) it will be next year and I'll have finished my EPQ. So surely there's no reason why I can't do it?
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I know I'm not allowed to do my EPQ on something I've already studied/am studying in AS. But by the time we learn about Paradise Lost (if we do) it will be next year and I'll have finished my EPQ. So surely there's no reason why I can't do it?
Sorry, I didn't understand that part. Yeah, you should be allowed to do that because it isn't part of your current course and so you haven't studied it yet.
But you guys would have an EPQ co-ordinator at school, double check with them incase but it should be fine.
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Sorry, I didn't understand that part. Yeah, you should be allowed to do that because it isn't part of your current course and so you haven't studied it yet.
But you guys would have an EPQ co-ordinator at school, double check with them incase but it should be fine.
Thanks so much!
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