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    Im currently studying 3 subjects at my first year of A levels and I will be doing my EPQ next year for those of you who do not know that EPQ is an extended project qualification on anything you desire it recquires a presentation and a piece of work or essay. I want to apply for psychology at university and I wanted to know what would look better on my application an EPQ un psychology or something artistic and interest wise that would show I also have a creative side????
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    Im currently studying 3 subjects at my first year of A levels and I will be doing my EPQ next year for those of you who do not know that EPQ is an extended project qualification on anything you desire it recquires a presentation and a piece of work or essay. I want to apply for psychology at university and I wanted to know what would look better on my application an EPQ un psychology or something artistic and interest wise that would show I also have a creative side????
    Any helpis welcomed.....Thankyou
    :tsr: :tsr2: :tsr:

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    If you want to apply for psychology at university then I'd do an EPQ in psychology that is on an area that you're interested in. I did my EPQ on the UK's taxation system (Economics) and I am currently studying Economics at university.

    You can also make those sorts of EPQ projects creative and artistic - one girl I know who is a couple of years older than me, decided to do an Economics EPQ where she wrote a book explaining introductory Economic theory. So it is possible to combine your psychology EPQ idea with something more creative
 
 
 
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