Initial Ideas after Introduction to EPQ - To what extent does Alexander III of Macedon deserve his epithet of 'Great'? Today I went to a meeting introducing the idea of doing an EPQ – I was told that for this you must be extremely passionate about the subject chosen and dedicated throughout its completion or the EPQ will not be a success. Furthermore I learnt that it isn’t just the final product, the analogy used was that of an ice burg, the final product is the tip with the majority of the work being all of the research, preparation, planning and evaluation of it in order to produce something however I do plan on doing one.
My EPQ is on Alexander the Great and whether or not he truly deserves his epithet of 'great'.

I wish to study history or classics at university so I am hoping this EPQ should help me achieve this as an end goal.
I could study a period of time and produce a replica of an artefact from that era and write about it however this creates many potential problems as to do it to any degree of accuracy would mean getting very close to other such artefacts which could be difficult because I wouldn’t be able to handle them and it is also a safety issue if, say, I have to work with metal which could restrict my options. Furthermore a 5000word dissertation is arguably more academic and would benefit me more as I have never had to write a dissertation with proper references before which should teach me some necessary skills that I will need for University. Therefore I am going in to my EPQ with the aim of doing a dissertation on a historical topic.

I have other, more important commitments, between now and Summer than the EPQ so I will designate this period for my exams and after my exams are over for more serious work on my EPQ.

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