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becca_mae57

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  1. Actually, this isn't true. If you have quotation marks, it will not be counted as plagarism. Turnitin.com does count common phrases as plagarised though, so this might be part of your problem. My teachers said that, as a general rule, anything under %15 is fine.
  2. My coordinator said that you can count your hours for different catagories. For example, if you volunteer to teach little kids dance, thats action and service, and if you do fifty hours of that, you only need to do fifty more hours of creativity. Its our first year as an IB school, so I don't know if she knows what shes talking about. Is that true?
  3. Giving examples for everything shows that you feel the need to prove your intellegance.
  4. I'm assuming you mean the historical investigation. Yes, I believe they do.
  5. Thanks so much for your help! I do have an intrest in psychology, but I also am very busy this year. I hope my teacher is prepared to teach it. Thanks!
  6. One time during History HL, me and a couple of my friends played telephone. You know, that game where you whisper a phrase into somebody's ear, they whisper it into somebody else's ear, and so on until the phrase is passed around the group and mangled? Well we played it a bit differently. My friend told me the phrase in Chinese, which I translated to German, which my friend translated to Spanish, which another friend translated into English. The weird thing is, it was strangely accurate. Only in IB. For the (pretty much) full list, go to http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/index.php?title=International_Baccalaureate.
  7. Thanks guys! That response was faster than I expected. *sigh* So I guess I won't get to flaunt it at my high school graduation...oh, well.
  8. You can use Wikipedia for the outside sources at the bottom of the page, but otherwise Wikipedia is a big no-no. If you ever have any free time (HAHA, thats a good one...), then going to sites like this: http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/index.php?title=International_Baccalaureate is an amusing way to be comforted in the fact that you aren't the only insane person trying to get the IB diploma.
  9. I will be taking the first IB Psychology class offered at my school (they are offering SL) and I wanted to know what I should expect. Is it a hard class? What are they assessments and how hard are they? Any help would be appreciated.
  10. Okay, so I am going into IB2 next year, and a question has been bothering me for a bit. When do you recieve your IB diploma? At graduation? We are the first year of IB at our school, and I doubt that our coordinator knows that much about the program. Can anybody here tell me?
  11. It is our school's first year, so we only offer Spanish SL, French SL, and German SL so far.
  12. I agree with the others: Big Bang Theory, House, ect, but I am addicted to one that is not on the list: LOST. I am not sure if it is really intellectual, but it is the way me and my friends watch it (we are behind, so we host marathons to catch up. We point out all of the allusions to each other and try to solve the mysteries).
  13. Hey, is anybody here going to do script frenzy? It is like NaNoWriMo, but instead of writing a 50,000 word novel in November, you write a 100 page script in April. http://www.scriptfrenzy.org/
  14. Banned for not giving a reason for banning.
  15. Omg, I hated that book. I only got through the first chapter. Then I just read sparknotes. We had to do two speeches compairing that book and a couple of others, and I got an A on both of them. Just be sure to listen to your class if they discuss the book! And focus on womanhood. Or finding your identity. Good luck getting through that book if you choose to read it.
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