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    I am doing a topic that comes under the American Revolution, however I study American Politics at A2 govpol.

    Am I correct in assuming I can still do the American Revolution even though it influences parts of A2 politics?
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    Well, yeah. It's a bit smart to do that actually.
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    (Original post by saharan_skies)
    Well, yeah. It's a bit smart to do that actually.
    Thanks its because for epq they say you can't do something that you study at A level. Technically I don't study this but it influences like a tiny bit of what I would study

    I hope I don't sound crazy, but tbh I think I can slightly adjust it worse case scenario
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    So is it like the same topic but about something different doing with that topic?
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    Thanks its because for epq they say you can't do something that you study at A level. Technically I don't study this but it influences like a tiny bit of what I would study

    I hope I don't sound crazy, but tbh I think I can slightly adjust it worse case scenario
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    Do you directly study the American Revolution in your Politics A-Level?

    If yes: you cannot do it in the EPQ. If no: you can.
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    (Original post by saharan_skies)
    So is it like the same topic but about something different doing with that topic?
    Its basically a background to what I will be studying. So I won't be learning it in the classroom and if I were to be taught it would just be 1 lesson maximum. Its not in the spec but it helps understand some things I think, for example I research it as hwk.
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    Then, I think that's fine, since it's not on the spec.
    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Its basically a background to what I will be studying. So I won't be learning it in the classroom and if I were to be taught it would just be 1 lesson maximum. Its not in the spec but it helps understand some things I think, for example I research it as hwk.
 
 
 
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