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Just wondering but is there anything against 'bending the truth' a little for my EPQ. For example, could I say that I interviewed a certain person but just make it up or say I collected primary data from a survey but just make it up(in a realistic manner)?
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(Original post by Lawan_S)
Just wondering but is there anything against 'bending the truth' a little for my EPQ. For example, could I say that I interviewed a certain person but just make it up or say I collected primary data from a survey but just make it up(in a realistic manner)?
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Just if you were found out, then it wouldnt do you any favours at all. Why not actually do the work?
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If you can't find enough evidence to supplement your EPQ without having to make things up, maybe a different topic would be better.
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If you can't find enough evidence to supplement your EPQ without having to make things up, maybe a different topic would be better.
No I can find enough secondary sources and data it's just that I want to include primary data but know that my own investigations wouldn't produce the most accurate results
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Just if you were found out, then it wouldnt do you any favours at all. Why not actually do the work?
Yes that's fair enough I'll do primary research and gently manipulate the data.
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