Hello all, As you may know, to download files from IBSurvival, you need to be a VIP member or a VIP subscriber. A VIP subcribers account is an immediate, 1-year VIP membership. You can purchase this subscription for 10.00GBP. You can also purchase a two year subscription for 12.00GBP.
If you do not want to pay for being VIP, you can contribute to the forum in terms of files, such as sample assessments, notes etc. Then we will VIP you at our own discretion when we see that you've contributed sufficiently. Previously, we had opened the Contribute to IBSurvival subforum for you to upload your contributions, but IBSurvival has grown too large for this method of contribution to be practical. Therefore, we have opened a new Files download system. You will see that the Files download system is set out similarly to the forums, based on subjects, with subcategories for Notes and Sample works. What you do is upload your files to the appropriate category, and we will approve the file if it is appropriate for IBSurvival. Remember, after you upload, you will not see the file visible right away on the list of files until we have approved it! At the moment, of course the Files system is visible to all members, however download privileges are restricted to VIP and VIP subscriber members only.
While we truly appreciate your contributions to this site, as they are the backbone of this help forum, please try and follow the guidelines below:
1) Please turn all documents into PDFs before you upload them, as this saves us the trouble of downloading them and converting them to an appropriate format. It also helps prevent plagiarism.
2) If you are submitting an IA which you intend to submit as part of your Diploma, please ensure that it has been through IB moderation i.e. it has been marked by an IB examiner and you have received a grade for it. If we post an IA that has been unmoderated, turnitin.com will detect it and the IB will declare your IA plagiarised. Therefore, save yourself the embarrassment and only post IAs that have been marked by the IBO.
3) If you are submitting an essay or a piece of work, please try and include the grade that your teacher gave it, preferably on a 1-7 scale.
4) Please also include if possible whether the mark your work has received was given internally (i.e. by your teacher) or externally (has been moderated by the IB examiners).
5) Please don't give us work that you completed before IB, as it is not of the appropriate skill level and it is irrelevant to the forum users.
6) When uploading files, please give the files a meaningful title and description. The title can be the subject area the file is concerned with. Description would be a more detailed explanation of what one may find inside the file - such as the title of the essay and the grade it received.
The above rules, if followed make our job much easier.
Thank you for your cooperation.