Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) Ideas

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TippUnderwood
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Hi, I am currently starting an EPQ, as I am in Year 1 of my A-levels. I am stuck for ideas so was wondering if anyone could provide insight as to what I could do. I am taking Biology, Psychology and English Literature, and I have been specified not to do my EPQ in any of these subjects.
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I do philosophy A level and I'm doing philosophy and politics at uni. I purposely did my EPQ philosophy related to show my passion and because I love the subject so I know I will do well in it
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(Original post by TippUnderwood)
I am taking Biology, Psychology and English Literature, and I have been specified not to do my EPQ in any of these subjects.
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The whole point of doing an EPQ is to show a love for something that you'd like to continue with. When they say not to do the EPQ in any of those subjects, maybe they mean not on something that is just covered in the A level course? When I did my EPQ, I combined physics (which I do at A level) with music (which I don't) by taking recordings from different instruments and analysing the sound waves, which uses concepts covered in physics A level but doesn't directly go over them. I got an A*, so it can't have been that bad to do something so closely related to my A levels I'm not sure about ideas for your subjects, but hopefully this has given you an idea of how you could adapt any ideas you may already have been given! After all, the marking is more about your research skills and time management than what the topic actually is.
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