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    I am strongly considering doing PPE at University and I was wondering what possible topics would be best suited to towards PPE?? I'm also quite a strong physics students and was considering doing to do with metaphysics, philosophy and physics, econophysics ect..

    I thinking of doing these subjects at A Level:

    What topics do you think I should consider for my EPQ?

    It's often a good idea to do an EPQ in something related to the course you want to do at uni, so I'd suggest looking at what units and things you will be studying. Make sure that whatever you choose to do your EPQ about, it's something you are genuinely interested in and maybe even find quite fun learning more about, because then you'll feel more motivated to do it and you will be able to talk about it better in personal statements and university interviews. You can do an EPQ on pretty much anything, for example I did mine on dementia but I know someone who did theirs on the physics of doctor who. Do bear in mind though that the more obscure or silly you're topic is, the more difficult it will be to find useful/reliable resources.
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