How to write a science based EPQ?

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If it's alright with everyone I would rather not disclose my chosen topic for my EPQ but I was wondering if anyone had any tips on how to structure my EPQ and how to go about doing the necessary research.

Thanks in advance.
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If it's alright with everyone I would rather not disclose my chosen topic for my EPQ but I was wondering if anyone had any tips on how to structure my EPQ and how to go about doing the necessary research.

Thanks in advance.
I don't know about EPQs.

However, scientific research is usually structured like this:

Abstract (short summary of all sections)
Introduction (basically a literature review of relevant research related to your field and leading onto a rationale for your hypothesis/RQ).
Methods
Results/Conclusions
Discussion

I don't know if you'll have to conform to this structure, but best to ask your teachers.
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