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Hey guys! I am having trouble fitting my entire tok presentation in only 500 words in the tok form. Any recommendation on how to reduce word count or how to make it fit that little box they give us? And does the word count really matter? Thank you! 

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Hi there. FYI it is actually called the TK/PPD form not "TK/PPT". Anyway, I managed to get an A for TOK and I can help you.

I also experienced such frustrations when I was doing up my TK/PPD form and trying to squeeze everything into 500 words. However, you've got to get it done somehow. It's very important that you keep the TK/PPD form within 500 words. Don't jeopardize an otherwise good presentation for a sub-standard TK/PPD form.

Tips: Everything in point and short form. For example:

 

- [Main RLS]

- [Connection between RLS and KQ]

#1: [Write your claim here]

- [Write your claim RLS here]

- [Write your counter point here]

- [Write your counter RLS here]

#2: [Write your claim here]

- [Write your claim RLS here]

- [Write your counter point here]

- [Write your counter RLS here]

etc....

 

Lastly, I do happen to have a high-scoring student done TOK Essay, with the TKPPD form included. If you want it for reference/inspiration, you can check it out here.

Cheers! Let me know if I helped.

 

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, MountEETOKIA said:

Hi there. FYI it is actually called the TK/PPD form not "TK/PPT". Anyway, I managed to get an A for TOK and I can help you.

I also experienced such frustrations when I was doing up my TK/PPD form and trying to squeeze everything into 500 words. However, you've got to get it done somehow. It's very important that you keep the TK/PPD form within 500 words. Don't jeopardize an otherwise good presentation for a sub-standard TK/PPD form.

Tips: Everything in point and short form. For example:

- [Main RLS]

- [Connection between RLS and KQ]

#1: [Write your claim here]

- [Write your claim RLS here]

- [Write your counter point here]

- [Write your counter RLS here]

#2: [Write your claim here]

- [Write your claim RLS here]

- [Write your counter point here]

- [Write your counter RLS here]

etc....

Lastly, I do happen to have a high-scoring student done TOK Essay, with the TKPPD form included. If you want it for reference/inspiration, you can check it out here.

Cheers! Let me know if I helped.

I will see what I can do, but it is driving me crazy... Thank you!

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11 hours ago, MountEETOKIA said:

Hi there. FYI it is actually called the TK/PPD form not "TK/PPT". Anyway, I managed to get an A for TOK and I can help you.

I also experienced such frustrations when I was doing up my TK/PPD form and trying to squeeze everything into 500 words. However, you've got to get it done somehow. It's very important that you keep the TK/PPD form within 500 words. Don't jeopardize an otherwise good presentation for a sub-standard TK/PPD form.

Tips: Everything in point and short form. For example:

- [Main RLS]

- [Connection between RLS and KQ]

#1: [Write your claim here]

- [Write your claim RLS here]

- [Write your counter point here]

- [Write your counter RLS here]

#2: [Write your claim here]

- [Write your claim RLS here]

- [Write your counter point here]

- [Write your counter RLS here]

etc....

Lastly, I do happen to have a high-scoring student done TOK Essay, with the TKPPD form included. If you want it for reference/inspiration, you can check it out here.

Cheers! Let me know if I helped.

Sorry for bothering again, but would you mind sharing with me your presentation planning document please? 

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