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The Extended Project Qualification is a single piece of work of a student’s choosing that requires evidence of planning, preparation, research and independent learning.
The Extended Project offers opportunities for students to have significant input into the choice and design of an extended piece of work so that you can create your own A-Level. The EPQ enables students to develop a wide range of academic skills which are vital for university study.
The Extended Project enables students to use their learning experiences to support their personal aspirations for higher education and career development. The skills that students develop through the Extended Project are excellent preparation for university-level study. Students can refer to the Extended Project in their UCAS personal statements and at interviews to demonstrate some of the qualities that universities are looking for and some universities such as Sheffield and Southampton give preferential offers for those who study the EPQ.
The project can take many forms but will fall into one of the following:
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