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  1. Depends on the school. At my school, you need at least 70% in every course (one can be in the 60's). You should go and ask your guidance counselor. good luck, bonne chance !
  2. Hey guys! Okay so I'm in grade 10 Pre-IB right now and we have to do a mock math exploration in order to prepare us for next year. Idk how much of our mark it's worth but I want to do well on it. I looked at some examples from the past and realized that the IB graders (or whatever you wanna call them) mark really hard. How should I write my math exploration? How long should it be? What should the structure/format be? How many diagrams and graphs should be included? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  3. Hey guys! Okay so I'm in grade 10 right now and my life has been going downhill . I am doing the PRE-IB program and my marks are terrible. I've always been a mid to high 80 student in middle school. Grade 9 was challenging, but I ended up with all 80s (except french which was a 72). This year, I'm doing terribleeee :(. I've never gotten such low marks in my entire life!! Science 70 Math 77 English 72 French 62 They are simply horrifying (especially french). I question myself: If my grades are so low, am I even worthy of doing the IB program in the first place? The IB program has no place for people with grades like mine. My school requires all 70's (ONE mark can be in the 60's) in order to continue). Although I meet the criteria, I think I should drop. What do you guys think? Thanks for your help!
  4. Don't worry too much, Pre IB isn't much harder than regular school programs (Other than math). If you put in a little effort, you'll easily be able to pull off some 85s and 90s. People have different organizing systems. Some prefer binders, some prefers notebooks and folder, while others prefer both. Try them out to see which one suits you. Also, make sure you keep a lot of blue pens because some teachers require their tests to be written with them. You don't have to take TOK in Pre-IB, it's usually a course taken in Year 1 (Grade 11).