(Original post by jessibobs)
If you drop your EPQ do you really have to tell your unis?
It has nothing to do with any of my offers and isn't even mentionned, and I'm struggling so much because I'm taking 4 subjects and have English Lit coursework to do this week aswell :|
Basically, I wanted to do the EPQ this year, but couldn't come up with something decent in time/didn't want to take on too much and regret it.
I think I'll be taking a gap year next year, and I was wondering about doing ti then? I don't want to just stop studying for a year, so it would be good to do something like this. Is that possible? I don't know how it counts as a subject
I am really interested in cross country running - what topics/questions could i have??
Also, i am interested in how media & fashion shape the way we see our body images today - what topics/questions could i have for this??
I just had to tell my school I'm interested in doing an EPQ, and I'm in year 12 at the moment. Will we be starting in September and should I expect guidance in selecting a topic, or should I be thinking of looking for topics on my own now?
I'm interested in studying physics at uni and consequently I want to do a physics based EP, I was thinking something about parallel universes as is suggested by Max Tegmark, as I find it extremely interesting. However I'm not sure what or how I would research regarding such an abstract topic.
Anyone got any suggestions? It seems to be a really beneficial project to undertake - I'm looking forward to actually having things to discuss about my topic at university interviews.
Got my presentation in 2 weeks. Polished off my essay pretty much 3 weeks ago, so I was quite happy with that. As I hadn't done a piece of extended writing due to my A Level choices, it was definitely worth doing one now, as Manchester said that they wanted a piece of extended writing possibly for the interview I had with them. Can't wait for it to be over, though. I haven't got anything riding on this, but it would be nice to get a good grade nonetheless.
1 crimes against humanity
-1: crimes against children under the age of 12/15 (depending on the crime) including sex offences, rapes, murders, etc...
-2: crimes of genocide: for example if you were a terrorist, regardless of situation, religion
etc if you killed or commited genocide then you shouldn't really live while your victims didn't
get that chance did they?
-3: crimes such as Murder (depending on situation e.g. self-defense), Rape (NO EXCUSE),
Insurance Scammers to illegal or forced prostitution etc... if you force a girl/boy to have sex against their will, it should be seen as a rape instead of aiding prostitution etc..
(Original post by dring)
No. I don't believe the state should have the power to kill its citizens. I especially don't believe this given that we know our justice system sometimes gets it wrong.
yes that was 20/30 years ago. today it would be very hard for police to get it wrong 1: with the use of digital technology it is hard to escape a camera today etc.. and one should have concrete, not circumstantial evidence to be sentenced to death.