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Rishona Vemulapalli

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  1. I have my first rough draft of my math IA due in one month, and I am having trouble understanding if my topic is too simple, difficult, or vague for a Math IA, I would appreciate some advice. NOTE; I DO NOT TAKE PHYSICS, NOR WILL I BE TAKING IT. I realise many people say I should take on a topic that involves physics if I don't take it or completely understand the concepts I am using from Physics, but I have no choice. My math teacher told me I can't change my topic, so I'm stuck with it! My idea was to maximize the success of a volleyball serve using the concepts of projectile motio
  2. Like Veronica, I am also from Ontario. I just finished the Pre-IB program and let me tell you: buy binders. This will make collecting notes and handout way easier because with notebooks, you have no where to put handouts. With dividers in your binders, you can also separate the subject into multiple units and such. I personally used one binder per subject with loose leaf paper for all notes and exercises.
  3. The Ontario credit received for the Studies course is a Data Management credit, so I might have to just take the SL course to keep biology programs open. Was there a lot of literature and reading components for French B SL? And do you think it would be helpful to practice reading comprehension of B1 and B2 level over the summer?
  4. I need help with IB subject selections. I have just finished my second year of Pre-IB, and will be starting my first year of IB in the fall (Grade 11). However, I am worried about my subject selection for a couple of different reasons. HL: Biology, English Language & Literature, History SL: Math, French B, Chemistry Note that my school does not have many options for IB, and I will attach a picture of the courses available at my school. I am studying at St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. I am most concerned about my language B couse and math.
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