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DJ CAS last won the day on October 12 2010

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  1. You might need a more qualitatively driven answer. The question should be phrased in a way that shows more forethought/drive into the area you are analysing i.e. something specific in AI vs just AI. It sounds a bit broad right now.
  2. I would have to say that you are clearly working in the right way because your predicted grades say so. You might have to get used to this in the future so it is good prep for university and your career. Taking HL in everything is also quite extreme. It definitely means you are not doing IB. You are overworking yourself unnecessarily because the IB clearly says to take 3 higher levels and not six.
  3. I would agree with Jackie. Be careful of Math. I hope you have had ample preparation for that and are good at it at the very least. I got the highest mark in my grade in IGCSEs (99%) and I ended up getting a 5 in IB Math HL. Dealing with procrastination is the major monster of IB.
  4. Use every bad test mark you get as a lesson and a wake-up call that you aren't doing as good as you thought. Focus on that area more next time. Dwelling on what happened doesn't help and won't change anything no matter what so look to change what you can; the future.
  5. Nope. Those type of things only apply to universities who give unconditional offers of admission. As far as I know, York does not give unconditional offers of admission. It really applies to universities in USA mostly. I'm not sure about McGill though. They might offer unconditional however don't squander on your IB grades because you can get transfer credits if you do well in your higher levels. I would recommend you work towards getting a high score and maintaining it. Getting a 38 in the final IB examinations should get you into McGill and York.
  6. Yeah. It's a big buzzkill and it takes away the humour from it completely.
  7. You just need to search for IB & Hitler on YouTube. There was some Physics ones and stuff about Biology HL being a subject for idiots because they just draw flowers...
  8. Our school started to introduce it this year but I was at the end of IB2 when I got an account so it was pretty pointless for me.
  9. I'm so scared about HL Math. My whole future depends on it. I am going to ask my IB Co-ordinator on July 5th. 8 days left!!!
  10. Hi! You can find them online if you Google them. There is about five samples available online if you search properly.
  11. Sounds like a very interesting Computer Science topic. You might have to go a little into the Physics of the circuits and stuff. It would make your EE look good. Unless you are planning to do this in detail with your own primary research with perhaps, your own motion sensor, don't select it because it might be too complex and time-consuming. Let me know if you have any more questions.
  12. For most code of webpages, go to View in Internet Explorer and then to Source. You will be able to see the HTML code and maybe a little executable code. If you want the Javascript etc. that is not viewable through the Source method I mentioned, you could e-mail the webmaster and ask them for the code if they are willing to give it.
  13. 1. What is your real name? Harris Rasheed 2. Where are you from? India/Canada 3. How did you find out about IB Survival? Google 4. What made you register on IB Survival? I register on nearly all websites and also, IB ofc. 5. When did you (approximately) register here? July 2009 when I was searching for CS EE help. 6. What is your favourite IB subject? Computer Science HL 7. When are you graduating? 11 days 8. What are your plans for university? University of Waterloo, Canada 9. What are your free-time hobbies? Programming, Football (Soccer), Refereeing, Swimming 10. If you could change one thi
  14. I think your parents are just trying to do the best for you. Going to a university with a higher ranking means more recognition and opportunities for your future career. However, it is ultimately up to you because you need to be happy with where you are studying.
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