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  1. www.mrmacmaths.com/a-and-a ----- With handwritten notes, carefully planned to follow the IB syllabus, in just several pages per topic. It also has videos explaining concepts, and some exercises. Really good for getting organised, or if you just don't like how big and unorganised text books are.
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  2. Hey! So since the class of 2022 is starting the diploma in the fall, I was wondering if anyone would be interested in starting a support group or Instagram chat. Let me know!
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  3. I take economics HL and I love it but I also agree that physics HL would definitely suit your interests. The difference between econ sl and hl is basically just calculations. You do more calculations in the hl exams than in sl exams. Make sure you check the IB syllabuses online, I'll link them here and you can look at the differences in curriculums of SL and HL. https://www.ibo.org/globalassets/programme-information/dp/hl-economics-en.pdf <-- economics HL https://www.ibo.org/globalassets/programme-information/dp/sl-economics-en.pdf <-- economics SL https://www.
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    Here's a level 5 English lit Higher Level Essay, hope it helps
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    Based on teacher evaluation, got a decent score. Some other comments I got in it included elaborating more in the introduction and also having more words( since I was under and got penalized). This is good for more of an idea of an IA should look like
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  6. @Ayav Math AI SL is the definition of a useless IB course. I think the more competitive schools you are applying to, the better AA SL is. AA SL is still calibrated for the average IB math student, but AI SL is more of those who are really bad at math so they can get the diploma.
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    I believe this is a good example of a business management HL research proposal for the IA.
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  8. I'm (extremely) biased, but I recommend History. History is amazing, interesting, challenges you and makes you see the world differently. Your curriculum is rather loose, so in the papers you'll have a wide selection of essay topics. You need to be detail-oriented for HL, but if you're really interested, it's not hard to do. Your classes will depend on the teacher: mine principally gives lectures, with some homework essays and a few practice papers in both years. Discussion is encouraged. My teacher's asked to do very little at home, but to give yourself an advantage, you could read History
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  9. Self discipline is invaluable, seriously.. I had little to no self discipline when I started pre-IB, and now I struggle to find anyone as self disciplined as I am today.. The biggest downside to it for me is that I struggle to live in the present, I'm kind of stuck ''in the future''. Prioritize your stuff.. It isn't too difficult. Never think about the fact that you need to go home and study, or that you have to spend the whole evening. The worst part is the dread and anticipation of doing it, that is what leads to procrastination.. It's like the difference between waking up in the morning kno
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