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    So I wasn't told about the start of EPQ and now I only have tonight to do it so can people help in any way they can?

    My question is What are the most significant similarities and differences between the artistic disciplines of painting and music in the genre of romanticism from 1813 to 1883?

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    (Original post by Gott)
    So I wasn't told about the start of EPQ and now I only have tonight to do it so can people help in any way they can?

    My question is What are the most significant similarities and differences between the artistic disciplines of painting and music in the genre of romanticism from 1813 to 1883?

    thanks
    You're just starting your EPQ? Wish I could do it now. What's it like? How has the start been?
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    (Original post by Placeboo123)
    You're just starting your EPQ? Wish I could do it now. What's it like? How has the start been?
    I say start, I mean the lessons have started were we plan it, what year are you in, you do it in years 12 + 13, although some sixth forms don't offer it? Not sure about doing it independently either
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    (Original post by Gott)
    I say start, I mean the lessons have started were we plan it, what year are you in, you do it in years 12 + 13, although some sixth forms don't offer it? Not sure about doing it independently either
    Year 12, I want to do a mathematical related EPQ, but I'm not too sure what you do in them.
    Say I wanted to do an EPQ on infinity would I just talk about facts, applications, history and all there is to it?
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    (Original post by Placeboo123)
    Year 12, I want to do a mathematical related EPQ, but I'm not too sure what you do in them.
    Say I wanted to do an EPQ on infinity would I just talk about facts, applications, history and all there is to it?
    It depends on what your title question is, it could be what is the most convincing argument for the existence of infinity, in which case you would include and evaluate any sources which you research. Do you have anyone you can ask about when EPQ lessons start at your school of if it's available (if it's not you would have to do it externally which wouldn't really be a problem seeing as it's supposed to be possible to do it completely independently)
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    (Original post by Gott)
    It depends on what your title question is, it could be what is the most convincing argument for the existence of infinity, in which case you would include and evaluate any sources which you research. Do you have anyone you can ask about when EPQ lessons start at your school of if it's available (if it's not you would have to do it externally which wouldn't really be a problem seeing as it's supposed to be possible to do it completely independently)
    We do, do EPQs.
    So it'd basically be a massive project/essay on infinity with a nice conclusion and that's it?
    Don't you have to do a presentation or something? What do you get your grade based upon?
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    [QUOTE=Placeboo123;53280281]We do, do EPQs.
    So it'd basically be a massive project/essay on infinity with a nice conclusion and that's it?
    Don't you have to do a presentation or something? What do you get your grade based upon?[/QUOTE

    Well, in any case you should ask when lessons start or if they have already ask the teacher responsible for them if you can still do it? It can be either a 5000 word disitation or an artefact with 3000 about it. You plan it in lessons but essentially each paragraph is like a chapter, an aspect of the question which you answer. We were told that some people become published authors by it, which would be good, especially if it hadn't been written about before they said
 
 
 
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