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CrazyDreamer

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  1. Thanks for your help I take three sciences because I live in India, and there is a chance that I might go to medical school here (and medical schools here require that applicants take all three sciences). So my school applied for permission from the IBO.
  2. I think that you should pick a subject that would help you in your back-up career. Not to be a Debbie Downer, but should you not get into medicine (knock on wood), you need to have a back-up option. And the thing is, you're in 10th grade. Don't narrow off your options just yet. You might change your mind as you get older. So, of the three subjects, pick the one that would give you some background in your second career of choice. Or, if you're dead-set on medicine, why not do Chemistry? You'll definitely need the subject for a career in medicine.
  3. Hi guys I'd first like to thank all of you who helped me pick books for my EE. It was so sweet of you all, and it helped a lot! I have finally picked a book, "The Fault in Our Stars" by John Green. I love this book so much, and I actually have the urge to write 4000 words about it. Problem is, I don't have a topic as of yet If any of you have read the book, please suggest something, otherwise I have to do my EE on a book by Kiran Desai, AND I DON'T WANT TO!!! Thank you so much!!
  4. Hi guys I have a mock TOK presentation in like two months (or something, I really have no idea). But I'm having some problems selecting a topic. I want to do something involving either ghosts or superstitions, but I'm having problems coming up with an actual topic, as well as a real-life situation. I was thinking (for the ghosts) about how the allegedly 'haunted' houses cheat people by promising to show them actual ghosts but actually it's a cheap gimmick. As for the superstitions, I was thinking about how a lot of people are only superstitious because they were raised with those values, and how it might be holding them back (i.e. refusing to walk under a ladder, etc.) Help, please? Thanks so much!
  5. Um, I need examples related to humor in the book. But thanks anyway!
  6. Hi guys I have a World Lit essay due in a week about "A Hero of Our Time" by Mikhail Lermontov. The topic is "How does the narrative style of the nameless narrator evoke humor?" Can someone please help me with finding examples? I've already got one: his reaction when Maxim tells him that Bela and Pechorin lived happily. (this is in the section entitled 'Bela') Thank you so much!
  7. Thank you so much! Babydolleyes- Yeah, I was confused, too :/ But I like your process... I'm definitely doing that. Thanks so much RainAL- Do you (by any chance) have an example of a topic I could use for the book? And to answer your question: I love Biology and I DID have some trouble with Physics in the beginning of the school year but now I'm getting good grades (it is standard level, which is helping, I suppose). As for Chemistry, I am failing miserably. Hopefully I'll get a 7 in finals!
  8. This might be a really bad idea, but maybe you could do Art as an SL and keep biology as an HL. That way, even if you don't get into international relations at LSE (knock on wood), you at least have a background in another subject that you can work with. All I'm saying is, maybe you should keep your options open. Hope it all works out for you!
  9. Hi guys I recently switched my EE subject from biology to English and now I have to think up a topic. I originally wanted to do my topic on something involving the parallelism between "Anna Karenina" and "Madame Bovary", because of their similar storylines but my supervisor said that she wanted something more "original". Are there any topics you guys could think up linking these topics (or even one topic)? I was thinking something involving adultery, seeing as both the heroines do it. Other books that I'm interested in are "A Clockwork Orange", "To Kill a Mockingbird", and "Gone with the Wind" My supervisor also said to write an EE based on an autobiography rather than prose, as it's rarely used. As you can see, my thoughts are all over the place, and I would really appreciate some help, or maybe even some guiding questions that I can form a topic out of. Thank you so much
  10. Sure, I'll read it for you if you want. Link?
  11. Hey guys I need help picking a topic for my EE. I know that I want to do it in biology, but it can't be way too complicated (I only have my school laboratory to use). Unfortunately, no human samples are allowed, so that cuts out a huge chunk of inspiration. I want to do something involving either milk or yeast, but I honestly have no clue. Can someone suggest a suitable topic? Thanks so much! (P.S. If your idea involves baking, I love you!)
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