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I'm just starting my EPQ and im hopefully applying to take law at uni
'do we make our own decisons?'
'is consent important?'
'do we own ourselves?'
'how valuable is human life?'
'what is the relationship between morals and law?'
'does law determine the value of human life?'
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(Original post by xjasminelewis)
I'm just starting my EPQ and im hopefully applying to take law at uni
'do we make our own decisons?'
'is consent important?'
'do we own ourselves?'
'how valuable is human life?'
'what is the relationship between morals and law?'
'does law determine the value of human life?'
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These sound like a great start! I would suggest that you make your question a little more specific - if the topic is too general then you can have too much to discuss and that can make the essay much more difficult. For example, for consent, perhaps you could focus on consent during sex? Or for how valuable is human life, you could link it to a topic such as suicide or euthanasia? Obviously these are just my suggestions, the topic needs to be something you’re interested in, but you’ll be doing yourself a favour by narrowing the title a bit more
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You could also frame the question to make it an evaluation question so you can gain more marks. So do like “to what extent is consent important...” and so on. I did “to what extent has the advances in technology affected the way crime scenes are investigated” because i’m going to uni to do forensic science I got an A in my EPQ and the evaluation in my EPQ was a huge part my grade
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You could also frame the question to make it an evaluation question so you can gain more marks. So do like “to what extent is consent important...” and so on. I did “to what extent has the advances in technology affected the way crime scenes are investigated” because i’m going to uni to do forensic science I got an A in my EPQ and the evaluation in my EPQ was a huge part my grade
Yeah I agree but the teacher supervising EPQ for my college said it better to come to a firm conclusion and by my title being a ‘to what extent’ would make that harder. Did you come to an answer or did you argue both ways? ((:
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Yeah I agree but the teacher supervising EPQ for my college said it better to come to a firm conclusion and by my title being a ‘to what extent’ would make that harder. Did you come to an answer or did you argue both ways? ((:
Ahh I see, I broke mine down into past, present and future but concluded that it had improved overall )
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