Many students take up the opportunity of an EPQ to demonstrate their interest in a topic outside the A level syllabus and one that they are really interested in researching.
The EPQ is equivalent to half an A level and requires students to produce a single piece of work of their own choosing, showing evidence of planning, preparation, research and working independently. Students are guided and supported by a facilitating tutor.
As the EPQ demonstrates a clear ability to work independently and depth of interest in a topic, it is valued by universities and employers.
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Recent examples include;
Are deaf people scared by horror movies?
What reasons are driving the growth in cruise ship holidays?
How to devise effective visual merchandising to drive up sales.
Is it possible to determine the causes of autism?
How effective is restorative justice?
How does the factory approach to producing music in MoTown in the 1960’s compare to modern music artist management?
What is dark matter and why should we study it?
To what extent is universality of law attainable under international jurisdiction?
Does a home built electric guitar offer an affordable and versatile alternative to a shop bought instrument? (Artefact)
Was the Air France 447 crash caused by an over-reliance on automation?
To what extent did the UN's actions lead to the genocides in Yugoslavia and Rwanda?