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    (Original post by BTSrks)
    So we're starting to think about our EPQ at school; the thing is, they haven't really told us anything about it - their helpful advice was 'choose something you love'. Since i am looking to study Psychology/Criminology at university I want to do my EPQ on something based around that. However, at the moment I'm really struggling to think about a topic. I was wondering if anyone has anything at all to further me in my research - I just feel utterly lost at the moment as Psychology is such a broad topic and i'm interested in so many aspects of it I don't know what to do for my EPQ. Any help/ideas/suggestions are much appreciated!
    As you studying psychology for A-level? If you are check with your teachers what you cover because you can't use any of your work from your psychology a-level in your EPQ
 
 
 
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