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I did my EPQ on Targeted Therapies in Breast Cancer Treatment and received an A!!

I’m planning on applying to University to do Adult Nursing. However, I’m not completely sure if my EPQ is relevant enough to qualify for a lower offer. Could someone please let me know?
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(Original post by takemystress)
I did my EPQ on Targeted Therapies in Breast Cancer Treatment and received an A!!

I’m planning on applying to University to do Adult Nursing. However, I’m not completely sure if my EPQ is relevant enough to qualify for a lower offer. Could someone please let me know?
It depends on the uni , ask them or look at the website.
Some unis do and others do not.

The EPQ doesnt have to be relevant they just look for the grade.
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I did my EPQ on Targeted Therapies in Breast Cancer Treatment and received an A!!

I’m planning on applying to University to do Adult Nursing. However, I’m not completely sure if my EPQ is relevant enough to qualify for a lower offer. Could someone please let me know?
As 999tigger said, a lower EPQ offer will be based on the grade you get in the EPQ and not the topic so your grade A in EPQ will absolutely allow you to receive a lower offer from an uni that takes EPQs into consideration e.g. Southampton/Birmingham/Royal Holloway amongst others
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