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I'm doing my EPQ on children's dietary health. Although I'm enjoying it, I'm almost sure that the reader will be bored out of their mind. I mean... I'm literally talking about tooth decay.
Does this matter? Is there any way I can attempt to make the piece more interesting, or is that impossible of an EPQ?
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No it doesn’t have to be interesting rather have the potential to be improved and developed further into your final piece. Also it’s important it’s on something that has resources. Just continue doing your epq and you have doubts about it tell the person who’s involved with your epq if it’s a problem or the topic will be a problem?
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