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  1. Okay, I realise that not many people here must do Philosophy given the general lack of posts about it, but I was wondering if anybody felt like sharing any useful links or tips about revision, resources etc. Particularly with regard to set texts A few places/things I've found very useful: IB Philosophy at Pearson College Page http://peernet.lbpc.ca/Philosophy/contents.htm Notes on: Philosophy of Religion, Political Philosophy, Plato's Republic, Nietzsche's On the Genealogy of Morals, Rousseau's Origin of Inequality (Social Contract), Solipsism, Descartes' Meditations (summary) and various sma
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  2. I did my physics IA on the magnetic shielding power of copper because I was really interested in magnets. However, a very popular topic idea is something to do with conduction - terminal velocity is good too as emmma said, but it is also more influenced by environmental factors, which means you'll need to control more variables. Anything to do with electricity can be pretty easily controlled in a lab setting, hence the popularity of conduction experiments. Some of my friends tried experimenting with different materials and how such changes affect conduction, which is pretty simple.
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  3. ---Author's Note--- This is the third draft of a concise guide I'm working on in regards to the new mathematical exploration IA; this started as an HL guide but has now been generalized to include the SL curriculum as well. Please do let me know if there are any improvements you can suggest, or any questions you have after reading through this. I plan to keep this updated and add to it as I work though my own IA. Thanks for taking the time to read through! ------------------------ Table of Contents Preface and Introduction to the Exploration The Process (to be added) Formatting (to be added
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  4. Do I seem bitter? ....It's because I probably am >:P
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  5. Hello, So I posted this as a reply on an earlier topic and have gotten no reply, maybe because it's an old string? Hello again, I know it's been a while. I was hoping to do a theoretical ee which i hear is very challenging. I'm struggling with the hologram at the moment, either I can create a glass/reflective hologram like Holho triangular pyramid of glass with a software that converts regular videos into ones specially designed by four dimensions to form a holographic reflection in the pyramid of glass. Problem with that is that I lack an experimental aspect. Should I continue to do more
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  6. Mandarin EE's are very rare. Here is a sample EE though that received an A: http://ibpal.com/docs/mandarin-ee
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  7. Well with the Paper 2 questions, what's always worked pretty well for me is to firstly answer the question in terms of recapping whatever it is they've asked about. You should work how out best to shorten the main philosophical points or ideas of the text into a few paragraphs you can regurgitate whenever you want-- a lot of Paper 2 is actually just thorough knowledge of your text, dependent on what sort of a text it is you're doing. Definitely for The Republic, it's a lot of knowledge of how exactly Plato wanted his society organised and why. Once you've done the recap for the central idea th
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  8. Thanks, I do philosophy HL and write my EE in it, so I'm really supposed to be good at it. At the moment I'm feeling that I don't know how to study, I have no idea what the tests look like, all philosopher (Locke, Hobbes, Rawls, Nozick, etc etc) just mix up in my head and so on. I think philosophy needs to be given more space here. By the way, what are your options and prescribed text? We do political philosophy and philosophy of arts (AHL) and read On Liberty by Mill.
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  9. can i please join my teacher explains NOTHING and gives me such bad marks
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