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  1. onur basman

    Theory of Knowledge Essay Help :(

    uhh.. that knowledge issue isn't too good. First of all your knowledge issue is too broad you could write a 5000+ essay on that topic. You will already use the WOKs throughout your essay so I don't see the need to place it in you KI. Something along the lines of 'To what extent can we use Natural Sciences and Ethics to justify our perception of the world through...' would be better below are some sites that may aid you in formulating your knowledge issue; http://prezi.com/mveb1ipo4sjg/tok-what-the-heck-are-knowledge-claims-and-knowledge-issues/ http://mrhoyestokwebsite.com/Presentations/Hints%20&%20Tips/Example%20Knowledge%20Issues.htm hope that helped you
  2. onur basman

    May 2013 Official Grade Boundaries

    hey, on this site you can find the grade boundries including the percentages of your internal assessments too. http://www.sevenoaksschool.org/Websites/sevenoaks/images/documents/parentpages/IB_Grade_Boundaries_2012.pdf PS type in " IB 'class name' grade boundries" onto google and they should come up.
  3. this is great I'm sure many people would benefit. Does anyone by any chance know something like this for Biology HL/SL? thanks
  4. onur basman

    The Model UN Thread

    theres MUNIST in Turkey which i just registered for, is anyone else going?
  5. onur basman

    language B EE help

    thanks for the help, I decided to pick Life of Pi and am down to two questions (kind of) How does Yann Martel use religious motifs (or symbolism) in " Life of Pi " in his portrayal of Piscine's spiritual voyage? the other is more general To what extent is religious allegory used in mid 20th century and early 21st century novels? with reference to Life of Pi by Yann Martel and The Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe by C,S. Louis I'm personally leaning towards the second one though it may be harder. What do you think? Edit: accidentally wrote life of pie instead of pi
  6. onur basman

    please fill in my survey!

    didn't really see the relationship between the two questions but done
  7. onur basman

    Significant figures

    even if you don't have that app my GDC (ti Nspire ) has an option in the settings which you can easily change during the exam. On the long run it could be easier to do it in your head as TykeDragon mentioned earlier
  8. onur basman

    IB books you absolutely loved

    Even though we read The Stranger in Turkish its still my favorite book(normally I hate reading in Turkish) 1984 was also a great book
  9. onur basman

    language B EE help

    hello everyone; I will be doing my EE in English B and I narrowed my topics down to two but I'm not sure which would be easier so I would love to hear your ideas my first topic is symbolism in Yann Martel's Life of Pie and the other one is the influence of fairy tails on children. (i know there completely different topics thats why I had trouble picking) thanks for the help
  10. Business and Management course outline for both HL and SL students shows the subjects and weighting of internal/external assessments
  11. onur basman

    Significant figures

    true , but you should be careful while changing your calculators settings when you calculate big values it also rounds them to 3 significant figures for example 123 x 12 comes out 1.48E3 equaling 1480 instead of 1476 it took me a while to understand why I kept getting different answers than the answer key and lost a few points on the exam so be cautious before you change your settings.
  12. onur basman

    Drawbacks of IB

    aside from the workload and all else explained above there's actually little need for it (completely my opinion) though you do turn out to be a more "aware" student, for most universities it just makes your application look better they don't use it as an alternative to SAT(in the US) and so on. the only part that actually helps you are the credits you may get
  13. onur basman

    IB grading2

    hey, You can get a total of 7 X 6 = 42 from your exams and +3 from your extended essay and TOK essay which then adds up to a total 45 max diploma grade. here are the ib guidlines for when you get 28 + points on your exams yo may find the guidelines for lower totals here 5.3 The IB diploma will be awarded to a candidate whose total score is 28 points or above, provided all the following requirements have been met. Numeric grades have been awarded in all six subjects registered for the IB diploma. All CAS requirements have been met. Grades A (highest) to E (lowest) have been awarded for both theory of knowledge and an extended essay, with a grade of at least D in one of them. There is no grade in any subject. There is no more than one grade 2 at higher level. There are no more than two grades 2 at standard level. Overall, there are no more than three grades 3 or below. At least points have been gained on higher level subjects (candidates who register for four higher level subjects must gain at least 4 points at higher level). At least 8 points have been gained on standard level subjects (candidates who register for two standard level subjects must gain at least 5 points at standard level). The final award committee has not judged the candidate to be guilty of malpractice. hope that helped P.S. if you had trouble understanding feel free to ask i didn't understand at first either. P.S.S.you already had a thread on this topic (which i also answered) no need to make more than one
  14. onur basman

    IB grading

    You can get a total of 7 X 6 = 42 from your exams and +3 from your extended essay and TOK essay which then adds up to a total 45 max diploma grade. here are the ib guidlines for when you get 28 + points on your exams yo may find the guidelines for lower totals here 5.3 The IB diploma will be awarded to a candidate whose total score is 28 points or above, provided all the following requirements have been met. Numeric grades have been awarded in all six subjects registered for the IB diploma. All CAS requirements have been met. Grades A (highest) to E (lowest) have been awarded for both theory of knowledge and an extended essay, with a grade of at least D in one of them. There is no grade in any subject. There is no more than one grade 2 at higher level. There are no more than two grades 2 at standard level. Overall, there are no more than three grades 3 or below. At least points have been gained on higher level subjects (candidates who register for four higher level subjects must gain at least 4 points at higher level). At least 8 points have been gained on standard level subjects (candidates who register for two standard level subjects must gain at least 5 points at standard level). The final award committee has not judged the candidate to be guilty of malpractice.hope that helped P.S. if you had trouble understanding feel free to ask i didn't understand at first either.
  15. onur basman

    Things IB students never say

    "I've been finished with my EE. " "any one want help with their lab reports?" "I'm so bored, I wish I had more HW."
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