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  1. I always find paper 2 harder than paper 1, just because of the rounding, significant digits. I was really mad that there wasn't much calculus! There were around 4 questions that involved trigonometry, and one integration! I finished with 10 minutes to spare, because I check my answers before I move on to the next question. I also spent a fair amount of time on 10! A lot of people at my school said they got 2pi/3 as their answer as the last one, and we have a huge number of SL students, so I'm glad someone has the same answer as I did! And I guess I'm glad I didn't have TZ2 because those questi
  2. I did TZ1 too pi/6 was given, you had to find the other solution, which was 5pi/6 For the last question (distance) I used the function that was already given, and I got 2pi/3 + root(3) And I actually thought TZ1 exams were a lot easier, if not the same, as TZ2. Every SL Math student in my school thought it was really easy this year, and that's about 200 people =)
  3. Being bilingual has its perks. In Canada, it's a great thing to have on a resume, and I'm pretty sure it's a requirement for most government jobs. Also, it's a way to explore new culture. You have an advantage over someone that is not bilingual (depending on the situation to some extent). It also helps when traveling abroad. That's all I can think of off the top of my head. It helps that in Canada, French is pushed in our education system a lot.
  4. I visited my friend in Montreal. What is your favorite IB subject?
  5. Asia 80 Africa 93 Europe 52 Australia 50 SA 45 NA 22 One from Asia to North America!
  6. I went on the same VE Day Trip! Instead I went to France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. Did you go in May 2010? Yeah I did with 20 other kids at my school! It was amazing, no? And yeah, I forgot to put Belgium, Czech was on on my own time
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  8. I like both, but I prefer Bach. NP enjoys watching documentaries?
  9. You know you're in IB when your Graphing Calculator becomes your new best friend.
  10. Canada (numerous cities) USA (numerous cities) Bangladesh Greece France England Netherlands Germany Czechoslovakia (the last five were on a history trip for the VE day ceremonies)
  11. To start exercising and to stop procrastinating. Very common goals, but so far I'm doing well on them!
  12. Hi guys, So I was wondering what person that was discussed your History classes you found most interesting and why? For me, I thought Castro was the most interesting because of his background and the way he rose to power.
  13. The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende (Great for English and History class)
  14. I have a question: Is it worth doing a lot of activities outside of schools for CAS, or is it fine to have a small number of activities? Right now I do something everyday after school (5 different things) and it's killing my work time. Should I drop some activities in order to pull up my grades?
  15. You could do what I did: I tutor kids privately for a really low fee compared to other private tutors. You can advertise your self within your school or on websites like kijiji. Plus, you're using your knowledge to good use. Also, younger MYP students are always looking for tutoring and help, so you could start there. I suggest that you have some sort of experience for example, I started off by tutoring English, French and Math during my lunch for volunteer and CAS hours within my school. Another suggestion, check to see if your city has a student summer program or something. And ask around:
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