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    Would it be a good idea to do 3 A levels : maths.further maths and phyiscs and a Mandatory EPQ or 4 A levels: maths.further maths, economics and phyiscs and a Mandatory EPQ
    For uni I would either like to study CompSci or Economics/business at Oxbridge.

    Would the workload be to much doing 4 or doe it depend on how smart you are?
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    (Original post by Hashtosh302)
    Would it be a good idea to do 3 A levels : maths.further maths and phyiscs + EPQ(Mandatory) or 4 A levels: maths.further maths, economics and phyiscs |+ EPQ(Mandatory) .
    For uni I would either like to study CompSci or Economics/business at Oxbridge.

    Would the workload be to much doing 4 or doe it depend on how smart you are?
    3 a levels and no EPQ
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    (Original post by Thoughts of Man)
    3 a levels and no EPQ
    The 6th I'm doing requires me to do an EPQ unfontately
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    Maths, further maths, economics, biology and EPQ.

    How hard is EPQ lol, don't you just write an essay like would it be possible to just spend like one whole week and do it or do you have to plan over the whole year and stuff like that. If the latter then I understand people's hate for EPQ


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