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    • Right. I took it as OP asking whether the teacher is allowed to practice the IOC on the same extract right before the recording. The way your teacher did it is perfectly reasonable and I don't see why a teacher would not want to do some practice so that the students know what to expect on the day of recording.
    • Hi, I really want to study medicine at university. It's been my dream since forever, and I'm not interested in anything else.  But, I'm terrible at Chemistry. I'm just managing with SL, and HL would be horrible for me. I wouldn't be able to do it, and I'm not very interested in it either. I also have Bio, Eng and Psychology at HL, and Math and Lang B at SL.  I have two options now: 1. Continue in Chem SL and do a foundation year in med schools in the UK, guaranteeing a better overall IB score. 2. Struggle in Chem HL and probably lower my grades in other subjects, and affect my health negatively. (I also have to struggle to get into HL first of all) What would you recommend? If I do option 1, what are my chances at getting accepted to do the foundation year? Thank you
    • I have chose article about china increasing interest and wrote introduction but I don't know what diagram to use. SOMEONE, HELP ME
    • While I think this particular case seems to be worthy of examination, I just wanted to give my opinion regarding the OP's original question of whether a teacher is allowed to practice the IOC, I think that they are definitely allowed. I don't know of any rule against it. My teacher volunteered his free time to do it and it was very professional about it while also making us feel comfortable and supported. After the practice, the feedback he gave us was not what to say but rather he would comment on what we did well, what we didn't do well, strategies (i.e. just moving on if you spend too much time on something), and so forth. I think that's great. It's also worth mentioning that the chances that we would hit the same extract were small and that for the other work he never really gave us specific advice he just got us thinking in the right terms. The issue here is a different one.
    • Hello everyone, I was wondering which universities in Europe (apart from the Netherlands and Germany) could potentially accept me with an IB predicted score of 32-35 points (I want to study Business & Management). I was looking for a university in the top 300 (according to the QS world university rankings) to be precise.  Cheers, Rxsmc
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