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    (Original post by _-_Ella_-_)
    Can anyone suggest a topic to do with law?


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    Compare legal systems in England with those in the US and judge which one works better kinda thing
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    Trademarks is quite an interesting part of law which you could easily write an epq on :awesome:
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    You could carry out a survey of your own? Also, statistics on the crimes related to guns seems the obvious route to take.
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    I need help on the Literature Review! My board is Edexcel and I'm doing a Dissertation Project on how racist attitudes of the Deep South of America are challenged and conveyed in a novel. So what would I need to do in my LR? Would it be other people's views on how these characters are presented? Or would it be the views of people regarding southern culture and their attitudes in REAL life? Also what would be a good word count!

    I Need help!
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    My epq is about mixed ability primary classes... So does anyone know any primary school teachers who could quickly fill out an online survey as part of my primary research?


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    Guys, if you wanna apply to a top uni, top 20, do your EPQ based on what you want to do at uni. It will help to secure your place. Plus, if you know you wanna do somet at uni, you should find it fun anyways.
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    Hi, im thinking of doing an epq to help with my uni applications and I wanted to do something related to maths as thats what Im most likely going to be doing at uni.
    Anyone have any maths related ideas? All of mine seem to have next to no sources
    Thankyouu
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    (Original post by bethany17)
    Hi, im thinking of doing an epq to help with my uni applications and I wanted to do something related to maths as thats what Im most likely going to be doing at uni.
    Anyone have any maths related ideas? All of mine seem to have next to no sources
    Thankyouu
    What topics did you enjoy most in a level maths?

    I did my maths epq about logarithms. (I mainly researched the history of them and some applications they have to real life)
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    I think I have found a EPQ question I want to do:

    Should Gun Legalization be active in both the UK and USA?

    Not sure what research to do or whether this a good question.I want to be a clinical psychologist.Ive picked biology,psychology,economics,eng lit for A-Level.I guess this EPQ relates to morality and whether guns are beneficial in general.
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    (Original post by rayquaza17)
    What topics did you enjoy most in a level maths?

    I did my maths epq about logarithms. (I mainly researched the history of them and some applications they have to real life)
    Oo okay thankyou I was thinking of something to do with applied maths like ill have another look at some stuff
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    (Original post by nbi)
    omggg i need help stat!!

    ok so, my essay is in effectiveness of chemo in leukaemia and im looking at other treatments too - stem cell and trageted therapy. and right now, im starting on my final section but i can't seem to find the 5-year survival stats for each individual treatment so i am just stuck.

    ANY HELP IS VERY MUCH APPRECIATED.

    20 MORE DAYS AND I HAVE TO SUBMIT MY EPQ IN OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG

    Try to look if NICE or similar organisations have quality adjusted life years (QALY) instead of just survival rates. May be more lucrative and is something that is more widely used when the NHS is choosing treatments.
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    (Original post by laurenfloyd_)
    I'm wanting to do an EPQ on neurodegenerative diseases and how humans are living longer and how it makes us prone to new diseases/illnesses that never existed before? I have no idea on the question.. any help would be amazing!

    That sounds like a great topic, and someone below has posted a good suggestion for a title!

    One small point is that there are many neurodegenerative diseases brought on by age and they are all very complex (in fact, there is a lot we don't understand them). There are many different forms of dementia (dementia with lewy bodies, frontal lobe, alzheimers) each with different effects on the brain and there are many different ages of onset (I know a lady in her 50's with fast progressive dementia). Then there's parkinsons and huntingtons (though this is genetic) which we cannot fully understand yet due to our lack of knowledge about the brain and regulation of movement.

    It may be worth looking into one of these diseases, potential treatments and methods of delaying onset (which can stop presentation of symptoms if long enough).
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    Hi does anyone know if you can be significantly below the word limit of 5,000 for AQA because I am struggling to write this. If not, what are the details about creating a product because I am thinking I should make a website and write a shorter essay... :confused:
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    (Original post by marethyu)
    Please help! What interesting title could I use for an EPQ about euthanasia??
    Thanks very much

    What are you focussing your EPQ around? Ethics?
    If you haven't already try watching the film about the Dignitas clinic. And research it cause a massive percentage of people who go there to die aren't actually terminally ill.
    Plus maybe look at Belgium because theyre legalising child euthanasia.
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    I've been asked to make a 'detailed plan' for my epq...how should I be setting this out and how detailed should it be?


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    What are the psychological impacts of smoking?

    Is that a good EPQ question? or too vague? What can i do to improve it?
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    (Original post by Jams97)
    I've been asked to make a 'detailed plan' for my epq...how should I be setting this out and how detailed should it be?


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    Id get headings set out and summarise what you want to talk about beneath each. I cant remember whether you need to make a timeline of when you need things done by or not... Don't know what you're doing so cant be more help than that :P
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    (Original post by scrawlx101)
    What are the psychological impacts of smoking?

    Is that a good EPQ question? or too vague? What can i do to improve it?

    Id say that's too specific to write over 3000 words on... You could do the social, economic and personal impacts of smoking? Economic could be for better or worse, there is a high tax on them but they also have an impact on NHS due to the diseases they cause.
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    (Original post by lamyers1)
    Id say that's too specific to write over 3000 words on... You could do the social, economic and personal impacts of smoking? Economic could be for better or worse, there is a high tax on them but they also have an impact on NHS due to the diseases they cause.
    So a better question would be:

    What are the social,economic and personal impacts of smoking?

    I want to be a clinical psychologistbut im struggling to think of ideas related to that...

    I was thinking of something to do with mental breakdowns or split personalities...WHY IS IT SO HARD TO COME UP WITH A VIABLE PSYCHOLOGY QUESTION ....times like this i wish i had a older bro or sis it would make things slightly easier...
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    Hi, I have been asked to start thinking about ideas for my EPQ as I'm going into Sixth Form in September. I want to study Architecture at uni so I was thinking about linking Islamic veil controversy in France with contemporary modern-designed mosques. This is to show how Islamic sacred architecture has openly embraced changes in architecture yet, ironically, Islam is a religion deeply funded on beliefs on the Quran, beliefs which are not ready for a change.

    It seems to be a feasible idea but could anyone help me to try and formulate the title question?
 
 
 

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