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    Would behavioural evidence vs forensic evidence in prosecuting criminals be a sufficient enough epq?
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    (Original post by nishabliss)
    Would behavioural evidence vs forensic evidence in prosecuting criminals be a sufficient enough epq?
    It sounds like it could be interesting! The thing with an EPQ title is that it must be evaluative so that you can weigh up arguments and come to a conclusion which yours sounds like you can do.

    You need to check that it has very little to no crossover with any of your lessons cause this could cause issues as it's not allowed.

    You also have to make sure there is enough and a variety of sources for you to cite and reference in your project.

    Good luck!
 
 
 
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