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Basically, what is a stereotype that should apply to a certain role you play in your life, and how do you prove it wrong? An example would be a guy who doesn't like video games (based on the assumption that all guys like video games).
We have recently started working on our EE's, and i have determined to write about inflation. More specifically how "manmade" inflation affects the stockmarket in Norway, and if it is healthy for our economy or not. Im not 100% done formulating my research question yet, but it will be something along the lines of: To what extent does man-made inflation affect the stockmarket in Norway? - Im planning on interviewing someone from Oslo Stock-exchange, and i have also contacted a man from my city who has made quite a bit of money from stocks. Will this be sufficient? - What economic theory i
Hey everyone, That time has come. The time every student fears... *dun dun DUN* UNI APPLICATIONS. I'm applying to a university in America by way of the Common Application and one of the essay questions asks about people who have influenced you. So far I haven't been able to come up with anyone without sounding like a total cliché. People I have right now: JK Rowling, Lise Meitner or my friend with Aspergers Syndrome. I was wondering, for inspirational purposes only of course: who are some of the people who have influenced you? Thanks!
Hello! I noticed a lot of people had questions regarding EE points so I thought I'd share something my IB coordinator gave me to help with the extended essay. If you follow these simple rules, they guarantee you at least a 16 on the essay, which'll give you a C. Yay! Criterion A: Research Question (RQ)-- RQ must be clearly stated in introduction. RQ must be sharply focused. (+2 points) Criterion B: Introduction-- The RQ is put into context-- why is this question worthy of study and investigation? If your introduction doesn't answer this question you are throwing away points. (+2 points) Criter