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Trying to get UCAS done tonight.

Under EPQ it wants me to put subject.

Is this the essay title?
The unit specification?
Or something else?

If it's the essay title, then mine is too big to fit into the box.
Shortening it looks rubbish at the minute, so what do I do?
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It's the topic that your essay was on, just shorten it down to the major topic rather than the subtopic etc
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When I did my UCAS application last year, I seem to remember putting the general subject my topic fell under, then a colon followed by a brief description of my topic, like this:

Geology: Theories for the dinosaur extinction
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(Original post by osnapitzkimmy)
It's the topic that your essay was on, just shorten it down to the major topic rather than the subtopic etc
Yep that's what I've done
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Thanks everyone.
I've got that sorted now.
I've worded it better as well
PRSOMs all round as well.
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