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HELP! EPQ DISASTER! My question is about how conflict influences the rate of progression of physics and engineering, its due on Friday and I've wrote 1,432 words and I need 5000. I can't find anymore research (particularly on the space race, non-physical wars and WW2). HELP! I'm almost in tears. My teacher is really scary and doesn't understand my situation. I'm really scared and panicked. I've had two panic attacks already. Someone please help.
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How much evaluation can you do? Literally just take every chance to add description and add more research if you can (even if it is not directly related to your question and your researchers instead).
Good luck!
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What does the evaluation entail? Our teacher did a really bad job of explaining this to us. And how un-relevant can the research be? I've talked a bit about how these have benefited society and the future implications (such as Elon Musk and Mars). Thank you so much!
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How much evaluation can you do? Literally just take every chance to add description and add more research if you can (even if it is not directly related to your question and your researchers instead).
Good luck!
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What does the evaluation entail? Our teacher did a really bad job of explaining this to us. And how un-relevant can the research be? I've talked a bit about how these have benefited society and the future implications (such as Elon Musk and Mars). Thank you so much!
The evaluation is basically a critique of how effective the research is at supporting/disproving your question. You can probably get a good paragraph of evaluation from all of your sources
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Okay, how is this different to the literature review? Is the literature review more about how you can trust the source authors? Hopefully I can get 1000+ words from it, as I need 5000.
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The evaluation is basically a critique of how effective the research is at supporting/disproving your question. You can probably get a good paragraph of evaluation from all of your sources
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Okay, how is this different to the literature review? Is the literature review more about how you can trust the source authors? Hopefully I can get 1000+ words from it, as I need 5000.
The literature review looks more at the credibility of the work, you criticise its application and effectiveness in the write up
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So do I talk about how I’ve applied the research from each source? Surely all my research would support my question as that’s specifically what I’ve looked for. Thank you so much for your help!
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The literature review looks more at the credibility of the work, you criticise its application and effectiveness in the write up
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So do I talk about how I’ve applied the research from each source? Surely all my research would support my question as that’s specifically what I’ve looked for. Thank you so much for your help!
Evaluate how one has better application than the other then
And no worries!
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