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I'm currently doing an EPQ on Parkinson's disease and I have finished most of it. I have now reached my conclusion and source of evaluation table. Firstly what should I include in the conclusion and what should the structure be like? I'm really struggling with it at the moment. Also, will I be required to evaluate every source that I have used as I have about 40 different sources.
Last question! How can I make sure my EPQ is a* standard.Does it need to be complex and well structured with fancy words and all that?
I would be grateful if you could answer these questions
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I went into a fair amount of detail but I Wouldn’t say it was my best work and I got an A*
I think it depends on your topic and who marks it really
For example my schools moderator has a thing for Gantt charts so I used one

I don’t remember evaluating each individual source either
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