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  1. Wow! Thank you so much for your help, you really helped give clarification on many of the parts I was confused on. I am currently going back and re-writing a lot of my paper with your suggestions so thank you, all of your help is much appreciated on my end!!!!
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  2. Hello! I have decided to do my EE in English A. I want to investigate the portrayal of women in Literature, and have come up with three questions: - "How are women portrayed in Shakespeare's works and how does this reflect the time period in which it was written?" - The portrayal of women in Literature vs the portrayal in Shakespeare's works. (I have to come up with a question.) - The portrayal of women in different books aka a comparison. (Yet to come up with a question.) Which do you think is the best? Are they too broad/narrow or not research based enough to be appr
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  3. Hey sorry to bother everyone, but if possible, could you take my survey? It's very short and I need the data for my research paper, it'll really help me out. https://forms.gle/ekQ17k1LjgqZNyzt5
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  4. Thanks! I'll deffinetively check this out!
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  5. Hi, thank you for the feedback! My teacher did tell me it’d be better to minimize my data to my city and maybe neighboring cities as well.
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  6. I think there's an option of uploading images onto Desmos.com/calculator too. I've never tried it though
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  7. Hi, I have a 7 in HL History to I think I can help you out here! The Holodomor is interesting and sure opens up a lot of possibilities! I like that you included to what extent, but I'm a little weary of a question that "explains" someone's cult of personality because I think that someone's cult of personality something that many modern day historians continue to struggle with! While I am not the most well versed on the Holodomor but in my readings I read that "Some scholars believe that the famine was planned by Joseph Stalin to eliminate a Ukrainian independence movement". This is very import
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  8. The main thing is not to rush into the choice. Because this will directly affect your work and life in general in the future. I recently wrote a written work about how the choice of a profession affects our life and how important it is to make the right decision in this matter. You need to listen to yourself, read various information, ask relatives and friends what influenced their choice. Perhaps this will help you a lot. I myself know how important it is to find your calling in life. And education is certainly very important. So it's not scary to ask for help.You can always ask something on
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  9. I sat my IB Psych SL exam last year (anticipated yay!) and I have a fairly good understanding of how to structure a good response to P1 (which is pretty much the same for P2 as well). I thought I'd share. Before I start, I think it is imperative that you get in to the habit of planning your response - it doesn't take long, and it will save you!! It will make you organise your ideas logically and certainly improve the quality of your language. You will be forced to be prudent in your evaluation, and examiners will totally see that you know what you are talking about! The concise and general
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  10. Maybe contact your school counselor and talk about the specific problems you're facing with motivation, they may let you have extensions or even extra support classes if you voice your struggles. And don't worry! We're all struggling with studying/grades during this pandemic :( you're not alone A 3 isn't the best grade ever but to pass IBDP you'll need at least a total of 9 points on your SL subjects and 12 on your HL subjects, so as long as you meet that threshold (and a few others) you'll pass. Also, I found this website that has videos on every topic in SL and HL Chem for DP: h
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  11. Every school has different processes in this situation. You need to talk to your school asap. Either the teacher or counsellor or someone else. Hope that helps
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  12. The title is pretty much self-explanatory (lol) but if not, this is a post about writing an a1 language ee, primarily focused on english obviously, and based largely on personal experience. If you have any questions about this post (turned out longer than I expected!) or the ee itself, send me a message. Also, if you have a draft and are looking for feedback, I might be able to help. Ground rules first - you need to have a good grasp of your the language you are writing your extended essay (latin and ancient greek possibly excepted) -- and this probably means a good grade in the relevant class
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  13. Hi everyone! This is my first post here, any help will be appreciated Basically, I am going to start IB next year. I'm best at maths and would like to study architecture in the future. So far I have decided to do: Group 1 - English Group 2 - Spanish ab initio (or maybe Chinese..) Group 4 - Physics Group 5 - Math Group 6 - Visual Arts - Design ...but for Group 3 - My school offers Business & Management, Economics, Psychology, Geography, ITGS and History. But as somebody wanting to study architecture, I don't know what will be the most useful for me. If the types of subjects from Group 3 d
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  14. Hi, could you please re share your IA. Thank you.
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  15. I've been using this forum for a while now and have been trying to help out. A lot many questions are on whether the particular IA/IB topics are relevant. However, many seem to discount good English and effective communication out of the picture. Even if one chooses a not so good essay, how it can be crisply conveyed matters the most. Those having their exams in 2022 or later have enough time in their hands to work on their language. It is best to drill the basics and learn them hard. Work on them for 15-30 mins every day. Start writing short sentences in active voice and then full-fledged ess
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    This IA earned an 18/20 in IB
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  17. if u dont mind, could u share your ia please
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  18. Version 1.0.0

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    22 pt. Essay on reliability of cognitive process for paper 1
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  19. "Where writers unite." That sounds corny. Whatever. Anyway. Lc and I love to write. One of the ambitions of our lives is to publish a book (separately, not together). So we thought we needed a place here to talk about our writing and consequently see how many other writers we have here. So do you write? This is the place to share your works, maybe get some constructive criticism or comments, or just talk about your writing habits. To be totally honest, I can be extremely defensive and insecure about my writing, so I don't show them around too much, but I occasionally do. And when I do, it'
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  20. This is great, and I am also doing an I.A very similar to this. Please help me
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  21. The word limit for the EE is 4000 words. If you go over this limit you lose marks. There is no minimum but for most subjects, you should expect to go above 3500 words. For experiment based subjects like sciences or math you can go as low as 2500 if there is sufficient formulae working (math) or data (sciences) or other things not included in the word count but suffices to show that you've done work on the essay. The word limit for the Abstract is separate and is 300 words. The following are not included in the word count: footnotes, appendices, abstract. Any direct quotations included in th
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    Full syllabus notes for Core 1: Populations in transition including case studies! Compiled through use of study guides, class work, and research
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  23. Hey, so I finished writing my IA on proving Fermat's Little Theorem, however I am really confused about what could possibly be a limitation in the writing process? I was just proving a theory with mathematics out of the syllabus that I learned on my on. Help??
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  24. What did I just read. I find it hilarious when someone says lesbians are fine, but boy homos are a no-go. Like, what is even behind that logic? And...sexual...ideology......and it doesn't...delight...you? What? Should what others do in bed delight me? Finally: samim, saying "no offence" is not your Get Out of Jail Free card. It doesn't work like that. Why would you say something that you know is going to be offensive?
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    french vocab
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  26. Nickname? Its okay, i forgive you.
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  27. Greetings humans. The following are some tips I've compiled in order to make your oral a less painful and rather care free process in which you talk with the examiner (which may or may not be your teacher) about a topic that you have chosen (or not). So here we go with the tips... The Format Alright. The oral for language B consists of 9-12 minutes of you purely talking in your chosen foreign language. Whether it be French, Spanish, German, MAndarin, etc. the list goes on and on, the format will mostly be the same. (Unless I'm delusional in which case it isn't). It is also divided into three 3
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    This is my Mathematics SL Internal Assessment, which scored a 20/20 in the May 2014 exam session. It is a project centering on the modeling of the segment of a roller coaster. It was a real pain in the ass and it took a lot of time. Take into account it is way over the page recommendation IB imposes, but was not sanctioned. Please review!
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  29. You can do your exploration on almost every topic. Personally I don't have too much knowledge about your topic. But I would suggest that you choose a topic where you can apply mathematics in it. My exploration was about the tourism in south Egypt. Theoretically I wanted to know in which month more tourists visit south Egypt. though there are two main factors, the weather and the day duration. When the day duration (from sunshine/sunset) is long, more tourists would come. The same with the weather, if the weather is not very hot, more tourists would come. In order to do this mathematically I us
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  30. I have the exact same thing in PDF, I'll post it here. :-) OPVL Chart.pdf
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    ABSTRACT: Aim of this experiment was to investigate the effect of leading questions on the memory, simply put – how wording of a question can trigger cognitive processes which will modify one’s memory information. This experiment was a replication of the study conducted by Loftus and Palmer (1974). In the experiment the independent variable (IV) was the wording of the questions: “Please estimate the speed of the cars when they contacted/crashed into each other?” and “Was there any broken glass when cars or contacted/crashed into each other?” The dependent variable (DV) was the estimation of sp
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  32. Hey! II will major in arhcitecture, and as a past IB student I took: English A2 HL Spanish A1 HL History SL Physics SL (ESSENTIAL, AT SL ONLY) Mathematics SL (ESSENTIAL, YOU MIGHT CONSIDER HL AS WELL) Visual Arts HL (ESSENTIAL AT EITHER HL or SL, YOUR CHOICE) I agree with you that Business and Management SL is the easiest group 3 subject, and I think you must take it because it introduces students to the world of business management which is a task that is inevitable for all architects as they will have a business. But, you also have to consider Geography SL, which I myslef find it very inter
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  33. My first post tooooo! And just like you, my passion is Architecture. I started IB this year and the subjects I chose were: HL Art and Design HL Design Technology HL Economics SL English Maths Studies Spanish Ab inicio I realized 2 months into the course that I should have probably chosen to do Geography in GCSE. This is because I found HL Economics quite tough and unrelevant for my future career - I mean yes it does somehow help Architecture but I reckon taking Geography would have greatly benefitted me better. Oh and yeah Business is basically the easy version of Economics.. FML should have
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  34. I agree. I had a relationship throughout IB DP Year One, and I think that in the long run it was not a good idea-academically. Relationships suck up time, which an IB student should theoretically be short on.
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  35. First of all, you can put your subjects as a SIGNATURE instead of typing it every single time you post by editing your signature in here http://www.ibsurvival.com/index.php?app=core&module=usercp&tab=members&area=signature Is your boyfriend an IB student too? If yes, I think it should be okay since you both have loads of work and you do understand if each other is busy. There might be no conflict if one is way too busy with their HW that they cannot spend time to hang out with the partner. You can also study together and help each other with their HW if you have mutual subjects. Yo
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  36. I was in a pretty serious relationship for the majority of my time in IB. Mind you, I'm an extremely busy individual. Not only is IB time consuming (as you all are quite aware), but I was dancing several hours each week, teaching dance, and attending choir practices. My days were jam-packed, leaving me little time for myself and my boyfriend. Of course, I told him this right from the get-go, and he stated that he understood. I'm not quite sure he did. As much as I cared for him and wanted to be in his company more frequently, I simply couldn't find an abundance of time. Every spare mome
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  37. Ok, so at our school they told us that even the best students shouldn't expect to get above a 39, because it's very rare and almost impossible, but when I was reading the "University Offers 2009", I keep seeing that people are predicted 40 and above. I am an IB 1 student, so I still have time to worry about my own predicted grades, but at my school they said that last year only 1 person got a 7 in Psych HL, nobody got a 7 in English HL, and that the class with more 7s was SL Biology, and I think that they had 4 students getting a 7. Is my school's preparation level really low or are all thos
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  38. But don't take a combination of the hardest IB subjects unless absolutely necessary. what about following your passions? and not just university entrance?
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  39. Hehe! TOK has taught me to have second thoughts about the word "some". Nr 5 - paaainful situation but sure does help sometimes Anyways, I wanted to say that I managed to cut down my EE from 6, 300 words to 3, 935 words woot! I pretty much specified my topic question more and thus removed two arguments and only focused on one But do please continue with giving out advice for cutting down the words as I am sure many will appriciate it
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  40. To be honest, I'm not entirely sure what you're trying to say though I get the gist. I'll tell you what I told another user who PMed us about this: The way we look at things is that there are more than one way that we can provide you with help. The purpose of this forum is to create a community of IB students where you interact with other IB students and help each other, and the downloads are just one part of that help. This isn't a download site, it's a forum. It would had been much easier for us to just set up a site where you come and download everything you need and never speak to anyone,
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    Turkey_Macro.docx
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  42. does anyone have the Oxford IB Diploma Mathematics Standard Level Analysis and Approaches book worked solutions? I am having a hard time studying with the digital worked solutions so that I can learn the material and better prepare for the IB test. Please help.
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  43. How can I do this: Sn is the sum of the first n terms of a geometric sequence with first term a and common ratio r. Let Pn represent the product of these terms. Write Pn in terms of a and r. Show that the sequence formed by taking the reciprocals of the terms is also geometric. Write Rn, the sum of the first n terms of the reciprocals, in terms of a and r, and hence show that (Sn/Rn)n = (Pn)²
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  44. Universities will give you an offer out of 42 generally. They may specify in the offer 'excluding bonus points'. Totally depends on the university.
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