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    I started doing EPQ about 2 months ago, I still haven't started writing it purely because I don't like my topic. I was doing it about LGBT but I dont want to present that, and I think i want to do something forensic/criminolofy based in the future. What are some things I could base it on, and what things could i write about, sections etc.?
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    I started doing EPQ about 2 months ago, I still haven't started writing it purely because I don't like my topic. I was doing it about LGBT but I dont want to present that, and I think i want to do something forensic/criminolofy based in the future. What are some things I could base it on, and what things could i write about, sections etc.?
    If you dont like, then ditch it, which Is why i suggest doing research and picking c5 topics and then narrowing them down so you get the right one.

    Your epq i suggest should be relevant for the degree you apply for, then I would spend 5-7 days just reading as many stories and articles as you can about issues in either.

    Once you find an area then thats where you generate ideas and issues you can write about..

    https://www.forensicmag.com/

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/search?q=criminology
 
 
 
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