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  1. Hey guys, I'm about to start my second year of IB (**** my life). I feel like Chemistry HL has too much content to go through so I'm a little apprehensive about continuing because I don't want to learn so much content, especially additional organic chemistry where the content is just ****ing unbearably huge. In addition, I want to move from SL business to HL business management. I've already done a practice IA in SL where I got a high 6. I'm getting 7s in BM SL. I hope that the HL IA won't be that much harder, but I've heard that it is a little hard. The thing is, I just don't want to do
  2. So, as some of you may know, IBdocuments.com is going down due to copyright issues. The website is available for download, but upon downloading, I discovered that a good bunch of files were corrupted. Whole sections of text books were scrapped out, either intentionally or unintentionally. A good many files aren't working. Have any of you guys had the same experience?
  3. Living in London is expensive, but accommodation in Australia isn't exactly cheap either, so be careful. Since you can't go to those UK unis I think you could try going to USyd or some other Australian uni. I know that tuition fees are, like the UK, cheap in Australia. You can attend some good universities, like University of Melbourne, Australian National University, etc. if you want. Universities like Uni Melbourne and ANU are particularly prestigious in Australia. Compared to SOAS, however, I think SOAS has more of an inclination towards social sciences and studies. This would be good
  4. I wonder why you'd go to Australia when you can instead go to a university in the UK and avoid crazy living expenses. I may be going to USYD for a double degree in engineering and physics or ANU (Australian National University). In my opinion, if you want to go to USYD, by all means go. IMO the UK unis you've listed above seem more prestigious. But USYD is a good university; it's up to you.
  5. I'm pretty sure reading would count for creativity; just remember to type up summaries/reflections after each book you read. You should be reading on your own accord too.
  6. Considering you're doing pretty damn well in your other courses, you could give IB a shot. Here, I'm assuming you're going to try out the actual IBDP. Let me answer your questions. 1.) SL Chemistry and SL Biology are known to both be rigorous courses. They are by no means easy. I don't know about your local courses, but these two are standard IB courses that aren't know for being super easy. I take HL chemistry, and for me the SL chemistry content is difficult enough. 2.) The transition from non-IB to IB means that you'll likely have to do more writing since you have IAs and ge
  7. By reading your previous posts, I understand that you're under a lot of pressure from your parents to perform well. If you absolutely want to continue with IB, and nothing is going to deter your choice, then you have to sit down, ignore them, and work hard. And remember: don't ever rely on your teachers.
  8. Let me address your issues one-by-one. From what I gather, in French, your main issues are in auditory and oral examinations. It seems as though you haven't had enough practice hearing and speaking French with others. A few things could be done to alleviate this. Try listening to podcasts and French radio channels to understand. Watch YouTube channels for help in listening. Also, considering you live in Canada, perhaps you could visit the French part or maybe have some French friends around there? I don't know. Whatever you do, make sure you practice your French orals with someone since
  9. My advice is just be careful. It's uncertain whether you'll get your full diploma with this subject combo.
  10. I'd recommend against IB, since it's hard to get a super high score (>43), unless you've been preparing your whole life. You need a very high score for medicine, and it's easier to get a super-high ATAR than a super-high IB.
  11. huh. Prior to watching the IB video about the Career Program, I hadn't actually heard of it. But from what I've seen, the career related program is targeted towards individuals wanting to go into business, finance, media, industry, etc. at a very early stage. This, however, may mean that you get taught Physics HL and Maths HL in less depth compared to the traditional IB DP. Also, I don't know where you heard that the IB diploma program is "literature based" lol. Sure, there is a lot of writing involved, but it isn't "literary" writing. If you take 2 sciences at Higher Level and Maths HL y
  12. Interesting that you chose discrete maths as your option... but your EE seems to be quite heavily focused on multivariable calculus since it's E&M. I have no idea what to do for my IA lol, but hopefully I'll be able to find some inspiration.
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