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    I'm currently doing an EPQ and I'm still in the research and first draft stage, anybody feel like sending me their examples just so I have an idea of the layout and formality of it? I already have my idea so I won't be stealing anything.
    Ideally EPQs in psychology or law, thanks!
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    Hi, yes an example would be so helpful. If you don't mind me asking, what have you done for the first draft stage? and what research materials have you used? sorry, I'm also doing an EPQ, but have no clue how to being, wish they would have been more specific about it. Anyways, best of luck!


    Also, what exam board? I have a structure that may help
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    (Original post by jb1702)
    If you're doing an essay, it needs to be something with a yes/no answer and where there's a lot of material that's already been written on it. I looked at doing one for law and couldn't find anything good on it, I'd advise avoiding it as a topic. I'd do something like "Is teenage mental health worse now than it was 20 years ago?", " Does modern technology affect how memory is stored?", or "Are Freud's theories still relevant today?"
    Hey, I already have my topic and I'm going with something psychology based. I only asked for psychology or law because those are the subjects I find most interesting and I'd prefer to read something I find interesting for reference.
 
 
 
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