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    Is it possible for me to drop the EPQ? I'm not that far into it but it's getting in the way of my studies??
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    Contact your tutor and they'll give you the information you need to drop out of it. Can I ask why you're struggling? What are you doing for it?
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    Contact your tutor and they'll give you the information you need to drop out of it. Can I ask why you're struggling? What are you doing for it?
    I'm doing it on cultural security, it's just that I really want to focus on my other a-levels and getting into uni. I also feel like I'm losing interest in it. I'm just worried it's too late
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    I'm doing it on cultural security, it's just that I really want to focus on my other a-levels and getting into uni. I also feel like I'm losing interest in it. I'm just worried it's too late
    It's not too late. Are you in your second year or first year of sixth form? It's understandable that you want to focus on your other subjects, and that's good, but all i'd say is that although uni's might not count the epq for UCAS points, they do like it if it's based on a topic that's associated with the degree you want to take. Shows you're passionate about it. That said, A levels are more important, so get in contact with your school or college and they'll walk you through your options.
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    (Original post by CarysJSLewis)
    It's not too late. Are you in your second year or first year of sixth form? It's understandable that you want to focus on your other subjects, and that's good, but all i'd say is that although uni's might not count the epq for UCAS points, they do like it if it's based on a topic that's associated with the degree you want to take. Shows you're passionate about it. That said, A levels are more important, so get in contact with your school or college and they'll walk you through your options.
    I'm in my second year- 13 so that's why I really want to concentrate on my a levels. It's related to my course which is international relations and modern languages

    Thank you so much for your help! I'm less stressed about it now

    Lilafrube xoxo
 
 
 

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