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I'm currently working on my EPQ and originally, it was to be an animation artefact - this was because when I first had my EPQ classes, it was solid that I would do law at uni, but now I'm committed to doing law.

With that said, I have given a lot of thought to switch out my topic from the animation to a law question essay. I haven't had my EPQ topic approved yet so I'm still able to do these changes, it's just that I've got this month left before my deadline and I'm just thinking if it's the right thing to do. (Mind you, I've yet to do my animation topic either so leaving it wouldn't make me lose any effort.) I've already got an idea of what my title would be if I made the switch.

I think it would be advantageous for me, as I feel I'm under-competitive as a prospective law student, and kill two birds with one stone (law research alongside gathering research skills desired for law students).

What would you do in my situation?
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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.
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