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sergio2339

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  1. 1. What is your real name? Sergio 2. Where are you from? Lima, Perú 3. How did you find out about IB Survival? Internet 4. What made you register on IB Survival? Help regarding IA's. 5. When did you (approximately) register here? Beginning of 2011. 6. What is your favourite IB subject? History 7. When are you graduating? Took the IB exams in November 2012. 8. What are your plans for university? Currently attending Embry-Riddle! 9. What are your free-time hobbies? Reading, hanging out with friends, playing FsX and redbird sims.
  2. Start to fully understand the syllabus. Also, if you can, buy the books that are published with cooperation with the IB. For example, the Oxford Coursebook. Let me tell you that from Mathemtical Studies to Mathematics HL there is a huge difference. Obviously, the topics are more difficult as well as the hours required to fulfill the topics. Good luck .
  3. The treaty of versailles question and the origins of the cold war. For me, it was pretty straightforward. Expecting a 6 or 7
  4. Hello IBS. Hoping that you all did well in both Biology exams. Paper 1: I think that in general it was easy, there were some a litte confusing but not too horrible. Paper 2: It was so-so for me, there were some difficult questions. Anyway, I did number 6 in Section B, which was about ecology and genetics. Hope to hear your comments . Lets see how Paper 3 is!
  5. For paper 1 I got the same, but I did it in german (and my mother language is Spanish), so it was a little difficult for me. In general I think it wasn't to hard. Paper 2 Authoritarian & Single Party States......I didn't knew what to choose, all the questions where about people I didn't study at all. At the end I worked with the question nr. 16, Totalitarism and Hitler. For Cold War most of the people in my school chose the one about Potsdam, but for me the easiest one was the one about the end of cold war. I have a question: One kid from my school chose a Question from a topic we were no
  6. Yes! I did the one of Versailles, because you were able to talk a lot abut its terms and how new problems resulted that impeded peace in the future.
  7. Hello IBS. I really hope you all did well in both History papers. For Paper 1, the Arab-Israeli conflict, it seems that the IB followed the chronological order predicted: Camp David. I thought the exam was pretty straighforward: sources were not too confusing and the last question was broad enough to include your own knowledge. Regarding to Paper 2, in my opinion, the question of the Treaty of Versailles was a very interesting option to answer. On the other hand, in what concerns to the Cold War, I chose number 25, which was about Potsdam, Sovietization of Central and Eastern Europe and the Ma
  8. Great! So you think it may come Camp David in November or the Yom Kippur War but with the focus on the effects? I am right?
  9. Can you tell me please the TZ1 and the TZ2 route 2 paper 1 topics?
  10. The history paper one TZ1 and TZ2 had the same topics? 1973 war?
  11. How was the paper 1 route 2?
  12. I have seen that they have like followed a chronological order. So, i wondered if it could be again the partition plan in november 2012. But anyway, after your examns we can discuss.
  13. Hi, Just wondering what topic you think will come in november 2012 examination about the arab-israeli conflict. Already came the United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine, the six-day war, the Suez Crisis and the Palestine Liberation Organization. Thanks for your help!
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