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I'm not completely finished with writing my EPQ yet, but I'm about 2 weeks away from final handin. I plan on focusing all my time to it for the next few days and getting the last bits finished off, but is there anything I can change, add, or do to improve my grade before handing it in? I believe I'm doing Edexcel/Pearson but I'm not entirely sure that changes much.
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I'm not completely finished with writing my EPQ yet, but I'm about 2 weeks away from final handin. I plan on focusing all my time to it for the next few days and getting the last bits finished off, but is there anything I can change, add, or do to improve my grade before handing it in? I believe I'm doing Edexcel/Pearson but I'm not entirely sure that changes much.
Make sure you write about problems you encountered and you fixed them in your project (just make it up if you can't think of any)
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bump// anyone else got more tips?
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I would suggest making sure you've been as detailed as you can in terms of your project planning and management; making sure you haven't got any spelling or grammar errors and checking that all of your references are correctly formatted and cited will also work in your favour. Adding little extras like a glossary of specialist terms (if appropriate) is good too
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I would suggest making sure you've been as detailed as you can in terms of your project planning and management; making sure you haven't got any spelling or grammar errors and checking that all of your references are correctly formatted and cited will also work in your favour. Adding little extras like a glossary of specialist terms (if appropriate) is good too
I feel as though my tutor has never mentioned showing any sort of planning (apart from what's written in my project log) which is slightly concerning haha. My grammar for the most part is decent but my tutor will also look over that and correct any mistakes, same for my references but I'm pretty sure I got the hang of those. Within my first question I gave definitions for around 6-7 words that are big within my dissertation which could possibly pass off as a glossary? Thanks for the help
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I feel as though my tutor has never mentioned showing any sort of planning (apart from what's written in my project log) which is slightly concerning haha. My grammar for the most part is decent but my tutor will also look over that and correct any mistakes, same for my references but I'm pretty sure I got the hang of those. Within my first question I gave definitions for around 6-7 words that are big within my dissertation which could possibly pass off as a glossary? Thanks for the help
It sounds like you've got everything covered then, since you've explained the definitions in the text I don't think you'll need a glossary as well I did my EPQ with AQA so I'm not sure about the specifics for Edexcel, have you checked the marking criteria to make sure you've done everything needed?
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