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  1. So November Exams are here! How's everyone going in terms of studying and being prepared for these exams? I hope you guys aren't stressing too much! Although it would be pretty weird if you weren't unless you guys are completely ready for your exams! IB 45 guys, IB 45! You can do it!
  2. Since the NOV exam isn't the first cohort to go through this new syllabus, does that mean that the 68% will be raised? Seeing as for the old syllabus had 73% for a level 7 I do hope not. 68% for a 7 on this syllabus would be a piece of cake. I actually hope that it will be 68%, in fact, I'd be over the moon if it was 68%
  3. Since the NOV exam isn't the first cohort to go through this new syllabus, does that mean that the 68% will be raised? Seeing as for the old syllabus had 73% for a level 7
  4. Thanks for the site! So does it hover around 70% after the IA, Paper 1, and 2 have been added together? A 7 for IA is 15-20 A 7 for P1 is 30-46 A 7 for P2 is 17-22 Total for 7 is 62-88 62/88 = 70% So yea, I would give or take a couple marks depending on the year. So around 60-64 marks. I find that kind of odd, because last year's grade boundaries were 73% and even if you get over 15 for IA, 30 for P1, and 17 for P2, it still doesn't add up to 73%. The grades for the IAs and such as the same as 2010, right?
  5. Thanks for the site! So does it hover around 70% after the IA, Paper 1, and 2 have been added together?
  6. This is similar to the concept of when one door closes, another one opens up for you. So another way of thinking about the IB is: Hello IB, Good-bye (social) life. I used to be really social and popular, now I never go out, never get a chance to talk to friends from my old school cus of school work, so now I'm the complete opposite of what I was before
  7. My exam's in a few days, and I read on this website, that to get a 7, you need 68%, however from the graduates I spoke to last year, they said that the grade boundary for a 7 is 73%. I was kinda confused, so I just wanted to make it clear. Is it 68%? Or higher? Because it's the NOV exam, or 73%+ ? Thanks!
  8. So my exam is closing in on me, and happens to be on the same day as my Sweet 16th Birthday, fun. While revising, I read how the command terms can change and I wanted to know whether or not there's a high chance in changing the Object 1-2 (8mark question) command terms, and the same for Object 3 (22mark questions) as well. I noticed how when Objective 1-2 questions change command terms, their similar, however when the Objective 3's are changed, the whole question is different - which made me panic a bit. Also, for the Abnormal Psychology paper, originally I was only going to study 3 out of the
  9. You can also save yourself some time with some of the questions, for example C & N 3 "Using one or more examples, explain “emic” and “etic” concepts", it's asking for ONE or more, so what I did was I just memorised one study to save myself some time since there are also a lot more studies to do. But for others, I would have at most 2, since there are other things to remember as well. Something else I do is I read the questions because earlier on when I did practice questions for G & B 1: "With reference to relevant research studies, to what extent does genetic inheritance influence be
  10. I've heard how flashcards can help a lot, and I was going to write up flashcards too but when it comes to writing up notes for me, I can never decide on what/how to write it up. Compiling notes is not my forte my notes from class are using really crappy so I usually end up with a whole load of irrelevant things (in relation to the topic) on my page. And I don't want to write all these things on my flashcards that I won't need. How do you normally write your flashcards?
  11. Yeah, that sounds like a really good idea! I was going to make notes up onto one page and laminate them. I was going to stick them in the shower (LOL), have you ever tried that before? Cus you seem to be really creative with the way you remember stuff
  12. I know this is really silly, except for the years I've been doing psych, I haven't been revising, or listening in class. Do you guys have an effective way to learn your psychology content? + I'm a visual learner, so I can't just sit at my desk for hours and just revise.
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    Music EE Topic

    I desperately need an Music EE topic, but I've been thinking and researching so much, I don't even know what to do. Originally, I wanted to do it on Nocturnes (chopin), except someone at my school has already taken it. I play the violin and piano if that helps
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