King112

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  1. Hey there, A good idea would be to check unis. They should have the requirements for a pilot program out. Alternatively, fi you wan to fly military jets, you could talk to a recruiter. Hope this helps, and best of luck!
  2. Well it depends on your course. If you are doing a course in Uni that is economics based, then generally Economics HL is a necessity. It really would depend on the university. Economics HL may also be beneficial to have on your record as its generally seen as less of a soft subject. It would really really depend on the university to be honest. Your best bet would be checking their Uni requirements.
  3. You would want to explain the origin, whether its documents straight from a diary or something, or not or what exactly it is, The purpose, which is what its meant to do (convince, enrage, private etc), Value, whats good bout this source, peer reviewed yadyada, limitations, why its not good, so and so has XYZ reason for not being clear. Hope this clears it up King112
  4. If I remember right, and assuming they haven't changed it from my 2016 exams, the word count is 2200 words. The best person to check with would be your teacher since IB may have changed the rules since I took it. Best of luck with your IA. King112
  5. Hey there, HL Econ doesn't have obscenely hard math. If my memory serves, basic algebra, and some arithmetic are largely what are needed. Sometimes graphs and explanations (except the graph follows points that you plot). So nothing to worry to much about. If the math is the limiting factor I say go for it.
  6. There actually isn't a "fixed" value. Best thing is to be productive and helpful on the forum to get VIP access Alternatively you can purchase it if you so choose.
  7. Hey there, So integration of examples is pretty straightforward. Simplest way I can explain it is to use the example to explain theory. EG: China has invested in robots, which is expected to exceed 30bn$ by 2020. This means that the FOPs have gotten more efficient, yadayada. Or another way: Venezuela in 2016 had over 100% inflation. This leads to costs like Shoe leather costs and menu costs yadayada. Hope this helps! Best of luck with your exams
  8. Hey there, So LSE doesn't accept math SL. While you certainly can apply, since the website says a 7 in HL math is needed they will probably toss your application in the trash the minute they see math SL. I'd recommend looking at other unis. Cheers King112
  9. Hey there, I agree with the above poster. Sharing your EE online puts you at a very high risk for plagiarism. I'd recommend talking to your supervisor and if you'd like more advice perhaps a parent or a sibling. Cheers King112
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  11. Well, HL economics includes math which is not covered in SL. However, if you have a decent grasp of math like calculating the gradient and use a bit of common sense and don't let the wording trick you, its not a huge problem. The next bit covered by HL is Theory of the Firm. This is a little tricky, but again, its something that you can understand pretty well provided you pay some attention. Although, the thing I would urge you to consider is the fact that 4 HLs is not easy, and does not really give you any major advantage. Also, Physics and math HL are notorious for being incredibly difficult. I personally did not find English Lang/Lit HL to be very hard, but it is time consuming (perfecting your written tasks, practicing for the IOC and FOA etc.). So if I were you, I'd stick with the subjects you have, unless your uni wants Econ HL, but then you should consider dropping a subject to SL. Hope this helps.
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  13. Well, isn't that the case with practically anything in life? Everything in excess is negative and can make you lose the sense of real life. By that argument, video games, music, music videos, movies, TV everything should be restricted.
  14. Increasing unemployment can be shown by a simple AS/AD graph. Depending on the situation, you can shift AS or AD and thereby show the increased unemployment. Personally, I'd use that since its easier to explain than the Philipps Curve in my opinion.
  15. Increasing unemployment can be shown by a simple AS/AD graph. Depending on the situation, you can shift AS or AD and thereby show the increased unemployment. Personally, I'd use that since its easier to explain than the Philipps Curve in my opinion.