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    So I've got an offer, and in my terms and conditions it says I need 3 specific grades in 3 subjects, which they have outlined clearly. However, I am now wondering if I need to complete my EPQ as it isn't mentioned in my terms and I'm struggling a little with balancing work. Would this be feasible?
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    You should do the EPQ anyway.

    Not necessarily because the university needs it, but because it's good for you.
    Balancing work is a skill you'll need to master at university. Just put the time and effort in.
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    (Original post by AJP98)
    So I've got an offer, and in my terms and conditions it says I need 3 specific grades in 3 subjects, which they have outlined clearly. However, I am now wondering if I need to complete my EPQ as it isn't mentioned in my terms and I'm struggling a little with balancing work. Would this be feasible?
    The EPQ may have formed part of the decision to give you the offer. It's not in your conditions, but it might have been something they saw, along with the three subjects, that prompted them to give you the offer.

    If you don't complete it, they have the right to withdraw your offer, as the offer was made on the information you provided at the time of your application (when you apply you agree that all information you've given is 100% accurate at the time, and you will follow through with the subjects on your application). You may not have been given the offer at all without the EPQ as part of your application, just do it, you're nearly there.
 
 
 
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