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Hey, I was just wondering if anyone new if it's okay for me to use a glossary in my epq or if it's best to define words as they come up during writing. Also, if I use a glossary should it be included in my word count.

The other thing is, my teacher suggested if I have any images or diagrams I put them in my text and then again at the end? Anyone know what she means.

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(Original post by elleiziey)
Hey, I was just wondering if anyone new if it's okay for me to use a glossary in my epq or if it's best to define words as they come up during writing. Also, if I use a glossary should it be included in my word count.

The other thing is, my teacher suggested if I have any images or diagrams I put them in my text and then again at the end? Anyone know what she means.

Thanks,
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I would just put a glossary in your introduction just to avoid confusion.
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I would just put a glossary in your introduction just to avoid confusion.
Don't glossaries normally go at the end...
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Don't glossaries normally go at the end...
For your EPQ, a glossary isn’t part of the structure and therefore you need to include it as part of the set EPQ structure of abstract-intro-lit review-discussion-conclusion-evaluation
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