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    I'm doing my EPQ introduction at the moment and i was just wondering, can you do bullet points in it?
    and how informal can you be in it because i dont want it to be too serious...
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    Sorry you've not had any responses about this.

    Why not try posting in a specific subject forum- you might have more luck there.

    Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses.

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    Sometimes bullet points would be acceptable however usually it would be better to introduce each point in a sentence or two, flowing on from one another. SO, you might start with a few general sentences about the topic also defining the area of study. This would be followed by a few sentences to introduce your argument and describe how your argument will be broken up, then a sentence (or less) outlining each section. You can tie this together be sketching out your desired outcomes, perhaps relating this to the general interest and appeal of the topic more at large. This is generally a good approach to take for intro for something like an EPQ.

    What is the topic for your EPQ?
 
 
 
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