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So like because of my groupmate I got a D in my TOK class
We have 3 terms in our school, and I got a B in the first and second, but screwed it in 3rd term.
Will that affect my chances in going to top universities?
I'll be writing a essay on the Origins of the Cold War, and I'm slightly confused on how exactly I should structure it. I know that the three big conferences were important towards breaking the Grand Alliance, but I'm not too sure what else I can touch upon. Is there a way that you guys could help me a bit?
So far, I guess I could talk about the ideological differences, politically?, but I'm not too sure what else I could say...
Thank you all so much in advance!!
I am in the process of writing theory and planning part of my IA, ready to conduct the experiment beginning of September. I have chosen to replicate Loftus, Miller and Burns (1978). In this study the participants are show a series of 30 coloured slides depicting a red Datsun driving down a road, stopping by an intersection with wither a stop or yield sign (two conditions) and then getting into an accident with a pedestrian. I can not find the original slides (or any) online and have not actually seen them and so cannot be sure what the exact series of events is, thus I cannot make an animated replica of it. Has anyone else done this and has the slides? If not could you please advise me on how to proceed?
Any help is much appreciated.
We read works on political theory/philosophy in general (like Foucault, Rousseau), plays (Life of Galileo, Oedipus, Hamlet), a graphic novel (Watchmen), and a bunch of other cool stuff. It was this 18 credit course that lasted the whole school year.