Here you can discuss books, poetry, short stories, plays, etc., either for your reading pleasure or books that you have to read for A1 class. This forum is for the discussion of books only, whereas discussion of any literature assignments should go in the Language A1 forum.
For my CAS project, I created and professionally printed a fully illustrated children's book. I understand that I am not allowed to make a profit selling them but after IB has been completed them, am I allowed to sell them to make money? Who owns the book: IB or me?
This may be the most stupid question ever, but are we required to put graphs on the Chemistry Extended Essay? All my dependent variables produce data that are not appropriate for graphs. If I don't use any graphs, will that negatively impact my mark?
Now would be a good time to say I didn't take biology in IB.
From my experience in chemistry hl, and given that you probably have five other subjects, you probably don't have time to compile notes, at least not for the entire course. You should first identify your weak points and be sure to review all of them thoroughly. Generally if you can explain the concept once you see a relevant term (eg mitosis vs meiosis), then you don't have to go over it right away and instead focus on the confusing parts. Go back and forth between reading notes/textbook and doing some medium difficulty textbook or exam questions. Your goal should be to go through the whole curriculum once in 10 days, making sure you know the easy stuff and pinpoint the confusing parts. Then spend about 2 weeks learn as much of the unfamiliar material as you can. Personally I tried compiling notes but it's just too time consuming.
Aha, do you think with 1 month to go is it okay to write notes for all the topics or read and put notes on a word document
I think notes is better, but do you think its too late?
Because I am trying to fit a schedule to finish all topics and have time to do past papers, do you have any advice?