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  1. 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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  2. Hey! I really like this idea, sounds super interesting to me! Regarding your questions: 1. I think it could be something like To what extent are the economic benefits of nickel mining in Indonesia worth the env. costs? - it makes the question open-ended and keeps the same idea. 2. I'm pretty sure it does, but I didn't do World Studies EE so not 100% sure. I think the requirement is that it has to be like a global issue, important to many people and places, so I don't know how about this as this is an issue (probably) that affects mostly Indonesia and not the whole world, but che
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  3. Hey! That's a better choice for your subjects, but, again (as I said in your other post), having 4 HLs will make it harder for you, maybe consider taking Maths AA SL (instead of AI HL)? Unless you're applying for med at Cambridge, just an idea, though. So I think the difficulty of the IB is often exaggerates - you do need good time management and organisation skills and study systmatically, however, you can succeed even without this and IB will surely teach you all those skills which will be useful for uni. My subjects are Bio, Chem and Eng B HL and Maths AA, Polish A and Geography S
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  4. that's a very stupid rumour honestly - UK med schools (and probably unis in general) don't care about the subjects you take unless you meet the requirements, so most med schools require Chemistry + one of Biology/Physics/Maths HL (for Cambridge probably two of those will be preferred) and then you could have whatever subjects you want. this is because it is checked by a system, so it just ticks the requirements and you go to the further phase. IB Lang A courses are hard even for the native speakers of the language (for whom they're designed), let alone for someone not confident with their
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  5. Hi Kopytekstefana, Since you're highly interested in universities in Canada, you can look into this website https://www.universitystudy.ca/ as it is very thorough. Depending on what you want to take up in college, you can look into various programs and courses available here. Also, they list the requirements for admission (including the minimum scores and subject requirements). If you have one, I'd recommend talking to the university counselor at your school for further clarifications. Good luck!
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  6. For the last few months I've been volunteering at my daughter's high school to help the 12th graders review for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Maths Standard Level Exam in May 2015. In the process I produced these review notes that I thought could be useful to other students preparing for the exam as well. Review Notes for IB Maths Standard Level I'd be grateful if you email me with any mistakes you find so I can correct them. Best of luck on the upcoming exams.
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    practice essay on neuroplasticity - "Evaluate research on neuroplasticity (22)". this one scored 20/22. forgot the exact comments but hopefully it's still helpful!
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  8. I like folders. Yes with binder you get that clunk every time you open clunk three ring, and that sense of organisation but it does get annoying. It is a lot faster to just stuff it in a folder and organize at home. For most subjects, just periodically unload and keep some handouts at home. Plus not every teacher hole punch. Most freshman math classes dont allow graphic calculator, just a standard scientific will do (most complicated function you may need is a solver of system of equations, most stats functions are not needed.) I started using a TI 84 in senior when I rented from school.
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  9. ^^ Agreed, organization is key! I'd recommend having a binder for each class (or folders if your backpack doesn't fit tons of binders), a notebook for each class, pencils, pens, erasers, highlighters, loose leaf paper, a pencil case, planner/agenda, and maybe a few other things like sticky notes/flashcards. If you are taking an advanced math class I'd also recommend getting a good calculator, like a TI-84.
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  10. Hi! Yes, I'm 90% done with my ITGS video project. What I did was I made a promotional video for my school since my school didn't have one. I used iMovie since I've been using it for quite a while. Some ideas for video project: Video Introduction to IB for lower graders at your school If you're in an international school somewhere in a country which people may have not known much about (in my case, it's Japan), you can make an introduction of the life in Japan and have it posted on your school website so that people who are interested with your school can watch the video and get to know the
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  11. Technically speaking the Extended Essay has a word *limit* of 4000. Your word count will depend on the subject you're writing in. I know that math and science EEs are usually quite short, but when writing in subjects like History and Englsh people usually have trouble cutting down to 4000 rather than getting there. I'd say if you're not writing it in science or math 3500 should be the absolute minimum, but you should aim to go above 3800 in my opinion. If your subject *is* math or science then I have no idea, sorry
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    Circular motion Lab Purpose: To find a relationship between the period of rotation (T) and the length of the string (L)
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