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Martin Tamm

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  1. Studying chemistry is at first quite difficult. When you don't understand what the teacher is talking about, try take as much notes as possible and in the evening at home, try to analyze them and use the internet for help. Khanacademy is a great website for re-studying something that you might have missed or not understood. Also there are a whole lot of other websites that can be useful. I remember I also had trouble studying HL Chemistry because the subject was taught in my native language and I was not the best at it, so I used the internet and the textbook for studying chapters. Also pay
  2. Wow, I never thought of cheating while taking IB exams..but cheating during the exam sounds quite desperate.
  3. Yes, Paper 2 was also a lucky shot for me since I decided to learn some specific questions in the Human Relationships option. Although it's weird that in the Human Relationship option, there were 2 questions about prosocial behavious and 1 question about relationships..no violence at all. What options did you guys pick?
  4. I did Chemistry HL but I think that paper 2 was quite difficult but Paper 1 made up for it
  5. I can't remember if I had TZ1 or TZ2, but I almost had a problem with the sociocultural question in Paper 1 as I did not cover the principals at the class, but luckily I did go over the principals at home before the exam
  6. Since this title is clearly associated with the colour of light it should be a valid topic, but unfortunately I am not sure. Ask your physics teacher about the title just to make sure whether the teacher approves it or not.
  7. I have to admit that the exam was quite difficult when comparing to past papers, or the questionbank. I know that those exams did cover the syllabus and such but the questions were all tricky and involved a lot of "thinking out of the box". Frankly I am unable to think "out of the box" when it comes to Maths.
  8. Read through and familiarize yourself with the syllabus, then take many examples from the books and do exercises according to the topics mentioned in the syllabus. That is what I do..I did the review for Maths exam and I felt confident for the exam. The exams only ask you what is written in the syllabus
  9. The only thing you can do right now is to calm down, and be happy since you did your Math SL exams. Trust me, I felt quite bad myself after I did my Math exams..pretty hard questions, as long as you did all of the questions you should not have any problems. Getting a wrong answer is much better than not doing the question at all. Cheer up, and enjoy rest of the exams, at least that is what I do!
  10. Well the Green and Damji book is not useful since it has a lot of text that you would need to cram into your head. I currently have no other choice but to study through the IB Chemistry Course Companion book, but I do recommend the Pearson Baccalaureate since it's colourful and has more pictures.
  11. Guys, my school starts in about two weeks and I haven't even started writing my Extended Essay. I only have finished with the experimental part of it.
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