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    Hi all,

    I've just started my A-levels in a different school and im finding everything weird and foreign, however that is no the topic of this conversation so lets get to it.
    Im struggling to come up with an idea of what to do my EPQ on, id like it to be based/focused on Robotics/Mechatronics since it is something that really interests me. My initial idea was to talk about micro-controllers, any thoughts on this? is it too vague? should i be more specific on what i am writing about?
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    You really need a question or hypothesis to investigate rather than a broad topic.

    So yes, you do need to be more specific.

    Read up on the topic and see what questions might appeal to you.

    Plus talk to your teachers for that subject.

    Also - it's always helpful to study something that will benefit your future in terms of jobs and uni courses.

    Good luck!
 
 
 
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