Adding EPQ to UCAS

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Hi,

I completed my EPQ in July and it is being sent in for November 2019 entry. I was wondering how I need to add this to my UCAS because it asks for a "subject", whereas for an EPQ you simply formulate your own title.
Do I need to enter my EPQ title in this box?

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Hi,

I completed my EPQ in July and it is being sent in for November 2019 entry. I was wondering how I need to add this to my UCAS because it asks for a "subject", whereas for an EPQ you simply formulate your own title.
Do I need to enter my EPQ title in this box?

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No, just the topic in general I think.
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Hi,

I completed my EPQ in July and it is being sent in for November 2019 entry. I was wondering how I need to add this to my UCAS because it asks for a "subject", whereas for an EPQ you simply formulate your own title.
Do I need to enter my EPQ title in this box?

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Hello there, :thumbsup:

When typing in the subject you can simply just put the area or course related to the EPQ (eg. Drama, Business, Geography).

I hope this helps,
Tom :shakehand:
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Hello there, :thumbsup:

When typing in the subject you can simply just put the area or course related to the EPQ (eg. Drama, Business, Geography).

I hope this helps,
Tom :shakehand:
Thanks,
The thing is I’m not sure what topic my EPQ would fit into - I based in on the US opioid crisis due to my interest in pharmaceuticals yet it had more of a sociological perspective. Despite this, I still discussed the pharmacology of the drugs.
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The thing is I’m not sure what topic my EPQ would fit into - I based in on the US opioid crisis due to my interest in pharmaceuticals yet it had more of a sociological perspective. Despite this, I still discussed the pharmacology of the drugs.
Hi jessblackburn

I would advise putting either topic. If there is any confusing a university's admissions team would contact you to clarify.

Dom
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