So I began my IB career in August 2018, and will do my exams in May 2020.
I've honestly completely procrastinated the CAS thinking I could do numerous hours recorded (5 hours per C A S) a week.
Seemingly, this is not the case. So I wonder:
From today until May 2020, how many hours can I complete for CAS? I'm fine working over holidays too etc!
Hello all. Can someone please tell me what "yeast activity" means? I see that many students have done/are doing IAs on how pH affects yeast activity, and I'm curious, what do they mean by this term? Yeast fermentation? Yeast growth? Yeast as a leavener? Please let me know if you understand.
Hi, welcome to the forum!
Thank you for uploading the files but you are not nearly close to the VIP threshold. Some files (in General IB Downloads), especially subject guides, are available to all members, and elsewhere on the internet. If you really want the notes then maybe you should pay for it instead.
I have uploaded useful files but I still did not get VIP access. I'm not sure how long to wait since I want to get the VIP access and is willing to pay if I don't end up getting one by submitting file. Is there a specific number or type of file that I need to submit to access VIP? How long does it take for you to get VIP access? Should I just pay for it? Please answer me I really need the VIP access. thanks
I don't really think you need to take philosophy or psychology but I know that universities would look for Economics HL and Maths HL for definite when you apply for an economics major. If you wanna get some extra credit I recommend you to take business but it doesn't matter if you don't. For English B I highly recommend HL since there are high possibilities that the college/university will ask you to get on your final 7 for English when giving you the offer. English B HL isn't that hard since it still is language B. If you struggle to take English HL and decide to drop out to SL, I highly recommend you to take IELTS test and score at least band 7.0 and hand it in when submitting application.