Edexcel EPQ Dissertation - Are the Literature Review and Discussion compulsory?

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I'm in the process of writing my EPQ and my supervisor both isn't replying to my messages and has never actually been involved with EPQs before - so she hasn't been able to answer a lot of my other questions either.
I'm doing my project on coal fired power and I was going to arrange it in sections like :introduction, infancy of coal fired power, science and evolutions, changing tides against coal (economics) and alternative energy sources, conclusion. However, I was looking through a few examples and I've noticed they're all arranged in abstract, introduction, literature review, discussion, conclusion. I was wondering whether this was the compulsory layout or not? I've looked through the specification but I ended up confusing myself more so I was wondering if someone could tell me. I also looked through several other threads on here but they had mixed answers.
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I'm in the process of writing my EPQ and my supervisor both isn't replying to my messages and has never actually been involved with EPQs before - so she hasn't been able to answer a lot of my other questions either.
I'm doing my project on coal fired power and I was going to arrange it in sections like :introduction, infancy of coal fired power, science and evolutions, changing tides against coal (economics) and alternative energy sources, conclusion. However, I was looking through a few examples and I've noticed they're all arranged in abstract, introduction, literature review, discussion, conclusion. I was wondering whether this was the compulsory layout or not? I've looked through the specification but I ended up confusing myself more so I was wondering if someone could tell me. I also looked through several other threads on here but they had mixed answers.
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Which exam board?
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Which exam board?
It's in the title but edexcel. I found an example on the edexcel website and other online with out the literature review though so I don't think I need it
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