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  1. So Im about to go through course selections for IB11/12 pretty soon and I don't know if I should take Math Studies, Math SL or Math HL. I am currently getting a low B in Pre IB Math 10 (Math isn't my strongest subject). I am wanting to go to UBC, McGill or UT in either Biochemistry or Biology. After, first year, I am planning to apply to a forensic science program at UBC/BCIT which can lead to a career in medicine (surgeon), forensic sciences, teaching or detective work (the career paths I'm interested in) or the marine biology program.Additionally I'm also interested in criminology/psychology
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  2. You know why you're only seeing top results everywhere? Because people who get lower results don't discuss it publicly. If I got 45, I'd write to the goddamn President. If I got 40, I'd shout it from the rooftops. If I got 35, I'd be telling people. But if I got anything under that, I would talk about it in closed circles, tell my family and best friend, maybe. I've only seen people posting excellent scores and people asking for advice because their score was too low or they failed. A person has to be seriously brave to ask for help, so there's not many who do. If you're finding meaning in
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  3. I don't mean to be offensive but I'm not entirely sure how this is a comprehensive or helpful post and I fail to see how it explains what the title claims. For instance, I've never seen criterion B as personal connection or personal thoughts; I've always been of the opinion that interpretation really refers to talking about the themes discussed in the poems and of course, backing these claims up with quotes from the poem. Of course, this is probably what you're saying as well but I disagree with personalising it and using 'I'. It's certainly not advisable and you're encouraged to not personali
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  4. I suggest looking into the search sections on Questia and JSTOR for details. I also think the following might be of some use to you: 1. The New Boundaries of Germany: New York : American Geographical Society, 1919. Base Map Pamphlet ; No.5 2. The Saar Basin and the Saar Question by Hellwig, Fritz. Berlin: Anglo-American Publishing, 1934 3. The kings depart : the German Revolution and the Treaty of Versailles, 1918-19 /Richard M. Watt. Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1973 Pelican Books 4. The Saar and world peace by G.E.O. Knight. London : Golden Eagle Publishing, 1934 5. Georges Clemenceau : France b
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  5. 1. Sophie 2. French B HL (though interested in learning any language, especially as exams are almost over anyway, thank goodness) 3. English 4. pm
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  6. Sorry for the late reply, but hey! I have a friend who wants to be a marine biologist! He wrote something related to marine biology for his EE! I think it's a fascinating discipline to get into. Go for it! By the way, I heard from my friend that it's useful to learn SCUBA diving if you want to become a marine biologist. It'll really give you an edge amongst other biologists. My friend did a PADI Open Water diver qualification outside of school.
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  7. Medicine generally isn't offered as a joint degree. Marine biology, though, is - with zoology for example. They both seem to be very different routes...if you had to consider one, what would you pick? Found this link comparing the two: http://www.askabiologist.org.uk/answers/viewtopic.php?id=3425 Maybe it'll help you decide, who knows. But yeah, I'd advise you do some more research and see what you're better suited for.
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    Econ SL IA about a fuel tax, climate change and market failures.
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