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Hi! I have completed the majority of my EPQ research which is on "does laughter cure illness" however I'm completely stuck on how to structure and begin my essay writing. Any advice or examples anyone could share would be great. Thank You!!
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Hi! I have completed the majority of my EPQ research which is on "does laughter cure illness" however I'm completely stuck on how to structure and begin my essay writing. Any advice or examples anyone could share would be great. Thank You!!
Get a blank piece of paper and jot down all the areas and questions you want to explore. Keep asking questions.

Leave 5-7% for introduction and methodology plus 10-15% for conclusion and evaluation.

You then need to write min essays inbetween looking at different aspects or areas of your investigation.

Dont get hung up on the introduction, just think about writing 8 x 500 word pieces and make sure they follow the essay plan plus make sense in terms of order and reasoning. What would you like to show the reader and what do you think the reader would want you to cover as an investigation?

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=4846922
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