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saudade

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  1. Hello, I am not here to scare you but..., you are not the only one. Let's hope for the best.
  2. I also did this one! Me too, although I didn't do a lot as I found it quite hard compared to what I've seen on the past papers. I wish I got a good mark though. There is no minimum length, I guess? I used to write 1000+ words, but I wrote 700ish words on Paper 1. So..., yeah......
  3. Hello there, I personally think that you should take Psychology as it goes well and can be used to your next study, as Economic would a bit off from what you are going to study in the next level (which in this case, Medicine). Tips: Try to finish your IA(s) and Extended Essay, also CAS, in your first year. So you could revise better in the second year. Good luck, sjhingran!
  4. Hello, I just got mine today. I'll read it throughout the week. I hope I could write a decent response for this post by the end of this week. Good luck for your IB!
  5. Hello, Don't lie. You'll get caught. Try to rephrase some of the sentences. There must be something that you can do.
  6. I am not so sure, but I know that I will miss the fun that I had with my friends in the IB (like, for example, skipping school for doing one particular essay or IAs).
  7. Hello ouribjourney, I see, I've tried my best, I have submitted it yesterday. Let's hope for the best!
  8. Whoa, PhD. First, if you think that you really like psychology and didn't know anything about it but willing to learn or know so you could know it better. Then, take it. But if you are not so sure about what you are going to do for your bachelor degree, or next study, then re-think and think about all of the possibilities that may happen in the future. Goodluck!
  9. Hello there, it depends on what you like and what you are going to study, just like what Sandwich has said. However, if you REALLY like math and like REALLY GOOD at it, then I think you could just go and take it. However, wouldn't it be less stressful and great if you could earn a 7 without really working hard? I was an IGCSE student as well, I took a placement test for the math in IB after IGCSE, I got into Math HL, but I chose Math Studies, because: 1. I don't like Math. 2. Why should I take Math HL and work hard on it while I can use my energy for another subjects. 3. I'm not going to take any math related study in the university. But then again, maybe I am just one lazy student. Goodluck!
  10. Hello everyone, So I was doing my TOK essay and realised that there is this statement that is included in a theory (or maybe the statement itself is the theory, I am not so sure). So the statement goes like this: "We tend to see what we want to see, hear what we want to hear..." and so on (maybe). I am going to use it in my essay, however I am not sure in what theory the statement is. Can anyone help me? TOK Gods, maybe? Please.
  11. I am not so sure though, but my teacher said that there is no word and the max. is 1600 words. I think it would add extra point (help, someone please?) if we could reach 1200-1600 words.
  12. February 11 is when the final draft is due, but I have to get 1000 words in by January 20. I have to finish it by tomorrow (January 20), I see, so there's no big differences. I hope you are okay with your essay, as I am not so sure with mine. I think it's too all over the place and too shallow. I hope I am doing okay tomorrow though (sigh). And I hope you are doing fine with your essay. Let's pass this together. We can do it. (Self encouragement #justbecause) )
  13. Hello there, Yes, I don't think they can accept you. But I am not so sure. Probably you can get in but then you will need to take an extra course in Math. Why don't you e-mail them? I hope you get in though.
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