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  1. I have not ever considered it myself, no But I have had a friend who has, and a few years ago, attempted to commit suicide. Luckily, she didn't succeed and although she still suffers depression has not gone there again. "Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem"
  2. annnushkaaa: Thank you! My EE got 30/36 (A). I included a variety of studies which I found in academic journals via Google Scholar or Google books. I would enter, for example, "stress and compulsive eating" into the search and read what came up. Then I selected studies which I felt furthered my argument or had good critical thinking discussion points. I also included arguments for other causes to demonstrate a more 'thought-out' essay. It was pain staking and time consuming, but make sure you reference properly and thoroughly any studies included. In Psychology EE's, you are supposed to use APA Referencing- you make your point and then have the reference in brackets next to it. For example, in a point about a Freudian theory: "Freud argues.......(Freud, [year of theory])" Hope this helps!
  3. I think remarks are £62 ish (not sure how that'd convert!) I'd say go for it Good luck with your remark
  4. CONGRATULATIONS MY FRIEND, hats off to you Thank you my dear, you did well too!
  5. GUYS I GOT 40: HL PSYCHOLOGY 6 HL HISTORY 6 HL BIOLOGY 5 SL ENGLISH 7 SL RUSSIAN AB 7 SL MATHS STUDIES 6 EE IN PSYCHOLOGY A TOK #5 (historian and scientist question) B SO SO HAPPY
  6. Panic is officially starting to set in. I was already panicking, but now I can only feel full on dread about my results. I'm praying for the 37 I need to go to my favourite university...good luck to all my fellow survivors and congrats to those of you who have received their results-you made it! Hugs to everyone
  7. Don't worry about it! I applied to Southampton and Kent for Psychology and take Maths Studies, and got an offer from both. I also have friends who applied to the others you are interested in and got offers even though they do Studies...maybe it depends on your overall score/extracurricular that may make you more desirable a candidate? Hope this helps/reassures you
  8. I used the BioNinja app, which is available for Apple devices and android for Biology, in addition to the website. It was helpful for 'on the go' situations where you may not be able to access the website. For History, a helpful website was http://rudbeck-ib-history-revision.wikispaces.com/, which covers most of the topics at Standard and Higher History. This website was useful in supplementing my own notes
  9. We're now on 161 unreplied topics We may reach 200 posts before the problem is fixed
  10. Try either Google Scholar (I found some of Extended Essay material here) or Google Books as it will come up with all books mentioning what you searched... Google Scholar: http://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar?hl=en&q=dual+coding+theory&btnG=&as_sdt=1%2C5&as_sdtp= Google Books: https://www.google.com/search?q=dual+coding+theory&btnG=Search+Books&tbm=bks&tbo=1 These websites are brilliant for finding information without having to reference a webpage too, because you can simply reference the article/journal that you're taking the information from. Hope this helps
  11. IB Music is extremely tough. If you really want to do it, consider swapping another of your subjects for it. One boy in my year did Music SL, and he had to compose 2 pieces of music of his own and then play them. It is not going to be a fun ride as a 7th subject. As sameera95 says, you'd be better off doing music for CAS hours if you love music. With your subject combination, particularly your highers, you will not want the extra work it will need. TL;DR: Don't do it
  12. Also did this question, also said salivary amylase. Overall, I was happy with this question but I may have dropped a few marks on part c, as I had a mind block-but I didn't know the other questions well enough to do them instead
  13. didn't the question ask about trypsinogen? or have i misread it Don't worry, it's probably that I remembered it wrong My friend told me the answer was enterokinase, so whatever that one activates I'm sure you got it right don't worry!
  14. I was so happy with it, especially after the first two papers. I really wasn't expecting such a nice set of questions! (Options E and H ) However I did make some silly mistakes like forgetting what enzyme activated pepsinogen :/ hopefully didn't do too badly though!
  15. Can anyone explain mapping to me? I find it really tricky!
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