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  1. I, in all honesty, do not believe that you are a "slave" of the IBO. As a note on the side, I do not think that it is called the IBO at this juncture. Anyway, throughout my posts, since you brought this to my concern, I have expressed some arguments in regards to why I believe the IBDP is not the best program. The IBDP works for some individuals. For others, it does not work very well. I love being on this forum to read in regards to multifarious posts regarding the IB program in general. I participated in a survey, gave advice, and responded to posts in a fair manner. I hope that you are not
  2. Prior to leaving the IBDP, when I would travel around the country to relieve stress from the IBDP, I would actually listen to all of the popular music of today, however, I was really "picky" in regards to what stations I listened to. Preferably, I would always search for an iHeart radio station. Sometimes, I listen to the songs from my iPhone 5S through Rhapsody and iTunes. I cannot stand listening to music in the case that. I would also be doing my homework. It is just too much of a distraction. Anyway, I prefer to listen to One Direction, Michael Jackson, Maroon 5, and other artists of this,
  3. You are entitled to believe as you wish due to the fact that it is a basic, universal right that a human retains. My opinion would be that I do not agree with some positive posts, however, I am not mentioning that I feel that way. Since you inferred that I have not violated any rules, why are you so concerned just due to the fact that I have a different perspective? I do not believe, however, I am not 100% positive to the fact that I do not believe that a post is required to be 100% to the topic. I have been thriving to make my posts more relevant for each time that I generate a post. Most of
  4. Although I am not intelligent due to the fact that I am no longer in the IBDP, I will state that I have taken your survey. I enjoyed answering your questions during the survey due to the fact that you had an interesting spectrum of question that range from from fiction that would lead to reality. We never had any surveys prior to my decision to drop the IBDP. I hope that this helps you with your assignment!
  5. You are entitled to believe as you wish due to the fact that it is a basic, universal right that a human retains. My opinion would be that I do not agree with some positive posts, however, I am not mentioning that I feel that way. Since you inferred that I have not violated any rules, why are you so concerned just due to the fact that I have a different perspective? I do not believe, however, I am not 100% positive to the fact that I do not believe that a post is required to be 100% to the topic. I have been thriving to make my posts more relevant for each time that I generate a post. Most of
  6. Look, I am not violating any guidelines that have been set for this forum. I am only relevantly sharing my experience on this forum. Apparently, you are not open to accept the fact that I am here due to that fact that I am coming from a different perspective. I have done nothing wrong thus far, therefore, your accusations are false. I would like to also state the fact that your post is not relevant to this topic, therefore, I must remind you of the rules of this forum to be relevant when posting. If you have any concerns or hatred toward my posts, then I would ask that you raise those concerns
  7. Fluently, I only speak two languages. I speak American English due to the fact that it is my native language and vernacular. I am naturally fluent in regards to speaking Spanish due to the fact that mother is from Panama. To be honest with you, Spanish was the only class that I received an "A" in when I was in the IBDP due to the fact that I had an advantage when I started the class. Additionally, the teacher just happened to be one of those rare IB teachers at the Tri-County International Academy at Wooster High School who would care about your education. She actually had a great structure an
  8. Why would people who have left the IB programme bother to go on an IB internet forum to discuss it? In all my years of posting on IBS, you're the first IB-leaver to be so bothered about it. Truthfully, it would not necessarily be for the individuals who left the IB program to completely discuss why they left, however, it would specifically be for those who are considering leaving, searching for alternatives, such as the PSEOP, and it would also be for those who would share their stories and tips after being out of the IBDP. Some individuals actually study why students leave the IBDP in the cas
  9. Warning you at this point that I dropped the IBDP due to the relevancy of my brain characteristics being similar to the characteristics of the brain of ants, I will state that Geography appears to be the best fit for you. Since you would like to become a physicist in the near future, I would recommend Geography due to the fact that it is related to Physics more than a general overview of history regarding topics of political development would be. As a note on the side, I was always better at Geography, which would obviously be in opposition to History. I, however, will state that I did well in
  10. Yes, murder is bad, however, you are just reading from the idiot who dropped the IB program. Murder is not necessary in our society. Murdering an individual for a sexual thrill, entertainment purposes, religion or theft would be wrong due to the fact that it is revoking the life of another individual, however, formally murdering an individual through the "law of the land" would also be wrong due to the fact that it is murdering another individual as revenge. The death certificates in those cases are even labeled as homicides. The only scenario that would come close to being justified would be
  11. If I were to have control of the forum, which would be highly unlikely due to the fact that I have only been a member for a week or so, I would have a section for former students of the IB program to discuss why they left. Also, they would be able to discuss alternatives and tips for those seeking the path of leaving the IB program. I believe that in order for a forum to be completely helpful in terms of its related purpose and title, it needs to include the entire spectrum, not just what would be geared toward just the students who are currently in the IB program. In reality, the students who
  12. I am a strong believer in Christianity, however, I am just the idiot who dropped the IBDP. I will say, however, that most of the "non-believers" I have met have typically been the individuals who were not students you would want to associate with. They claim to not believe due to the fact that they did not have a fair chance at life. Those students also generate claims that they just quit believing in him, however, they still "believe in him" for a particular reason. One girl claimed that she believed in God, however, she no longer believes due to the fact that her brother shot her mother. Oth
  13. Well, prior to dropping the IBDP, I took so many courses that I have already taken during my previous years in high school. Our school had exactly seven courses. We had Biology, Math, Chemistry, Theory of Knowledge, History of the Americas, Spanish and English. Out of all of those courses, IB Math 11 SL would have actually been the only course that would have been a benefit to me in regards to what I would like to work toward in college, however, since I live in the United States, colleges are going to want you to finish their requirements in regards to their core-oriented courses. Those class
  14. Although that this is only semi-related to the topic due to the fact that it is a response to your post, I would like to know what you believe the chances are in regards to my admissions at universities in the case that I dropped the IBDP? To the original poster, in response to the thread, from what you know, how are the admissions handling so far at NYU?
  15. Oh, so that is where you are attending college. I just guessed Ohio University for a particular reason. I go through the OSU area just about everyday. That university is famous for giving full-ride scholarships. I just stumbled across this thread. Anyway, to the original poster, prior to dropping the IBDP, I had plans and dreams of attending Stanford University, however, I feel as if my decision to drop the IBDP will be used against my chances of being accepted to attend such a university. Because of the IBDP, I am not quite positive in regards to where I would like to attend after high school
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