I recently completed my EPQ on gene therapy and its advancement in cancer treatment, and I have been reading over it before my medical school interview just in case I got questioned on it and I have noticed slight grammar and spelling mistakes in it. For example I wrote once 'great cancer' instead of 'breast cancer'. I also once opened a bracket and didn't close it. Would things like this inhibit me from achieving an A* grade? Just curious to ask as I put a lot of effort into my EPQ, and maybe someone on here is really familiar with the mark scheme or something Thanks in advance
Grammar/Spelling mistakes in my EPQ. How much could this affect my mark? Watch
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Last edited by FKAsamuel; 08-01-2017 at 23:18.
- 08-01-2017 23:15
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- 11-01-2017 02:03
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- 11-01-2017 08:49
I'm not sure if it would drop you a whole grade but it might drop a mark or two so if I were you I'd go back and look over it just in case