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  1. Oh my god I wrote this too! I think it's right cause it's in the stereotypes section in the Pearson textbook... but no one else in my class wrote about it :/ The study I mentioned was Cohen: the one about the waitress and librarian? Is that okay?
  2. I guess it would be fine to include a study, as long as you just mention it in relation to how it supports your answer, and not get into detail. At least that's what my teacher told me. Good luck for your boards!
  3. Okay I'm not sure about colleges where you can study chem after joining the university, but 99% of colleges will require chemistry. While Bio Chem HL are normally prerequisites to get into Med school, Chem SL would have also probably helped you. Try the USA, where they aren't so strict about subjects taken when it comes to choosing your degree.
  4. Hey, I was just wondering if there is any exact way in which to answer the Research Methodology paper? I know it's mostly data-based, but even after studying hard from the Pearson, I still do pretty badly. Does anyone know if there is another place to study from? Any tips on answering the questions will be useful too, thanks
  5. Okay, I'm doing prose so I feel a little left out here The History of Tom Jones by Henry Fielding Great Expectations by Charles Dickens The Sound and The Fury by William Faulkner The French Lieutenant's Woman by John Fowles
  6. I'm due to appear for the May 2014 board examinations, and as all of you probably know by now, the English A Literature HL paper is in less than a week! For Paper 2 of the course, my school has chosen to study 4 fiction novels, 3 of which I have already read. Well, now is the time to study the books and honestly, I don't know how to go about it! Besides reading the notes written in class and going over past papers, there's a plethora of information on the internet so it's really difficult to filter out what might be important and actually remembering it. Sorry that became a bit of a rant, but could anyone please give me some tips on how to study for this paper, and how to write good answers to score as much as possible? I'm really freaking out right now so I would really appreciate it!
  7. I'm due to appear for the May 2014 board examinations, and as all of you probably know by now, the English A Literature HL paper is in less than a week! For Paper 2 of the course, my school has chosen to study 4 fiction novels, 3 of which I have already read. Well, now is the time to study the books and honestly, I don't know how to go about it! Besides reading the notes written in class and going over past papers, there's a plethora of information on the internet so it's really difficult to filter out what might be important and actually remembering it. Sorry that became a bit of a rant, but could anyone please give me some tips on how to study for this paper, and how to write good answers to score as much as possible? I'm really freaking out right now so I would really appreciate it!
  8. You could try this: http://www.ehow.com/how_6602470_change-wavelength-light.html Here are some more sites that might just help: http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=1833 http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090605184928AAtziOb Not too sure how useful these are, I'm pretty useless at this physics-y stuff myself Hoped it helped! Good luck with the IA!
  9. Heyy.. I didn't give the November 2013 exams - I'm giving them May of 2014, but just out of curiosity how was it? I mean, what kind of questions did they ask? And was it difficult?
  10. They are basically the format needed to cite your sources and format your document. They come in the later stages of doing an assignment, and I personally leave all that for last. Don't worry too much about it, I had no idea what they were in the first year either. If you want details, just google it! There are millions of helpful websites on the internet - that's how I learnt
  11. Thank god Thank you so much! Also will they cut marks if my language is not too formal?
  12. I'm currently in the final stage of doing my Extended Essay in Psychology, and I have only formatting left. I always thought that we have to use the MLA format, though some teachers are telling me that APA is accepted too. I don't want to submit my EE to find out I used a wrong format, so could someone please help me? Which format is supposed to be used?
  13. Oh my god - thank you so much! You guys have literally given me everything I need. I haven't been too active on IBSurvival recently so I just saw your messages - thanks!
  14. Try analysing Gone With The Wind, it's one of the IB's favourites. Or Clarissa, the History of a Young Lady, by Samuel Richardson. It's just 1534 pages long, not too much to read.
  15. Honestly, I don't think either is a good idea at this point of time. How about you change to Experimental or Quantum Physics? Philosophy is a good option too. I did mine in World Religion and scored 36/36, with only a week to write it, so you shouldn't be overly worried about the time frame you have left. Five months is more than enough.
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