Bishup

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  1. I am ****ting bricks. Going to be looking at the total score straight away to see how well or how **** I did so that the hard part is over.
  2. Taking Math HL will not make you more competitive, if the desired college doesn't require it you do not need to have it. Yes most ppl in the A levels will take three science but the admissions will know that in most of the world you cannot take 3 sciences in the IB. So don't fret too much. Math does not compensate for it. Once you tick the boxes for the requirements what you need to think of is points not subjects. We don't have any credits or anything so it's all about the total. After all the secret of life is the number 42.
  3. Hola changos. Como estais?
  4. I've been told that all the schools in France teach in English. According to the IBO website in 3 of them it is taught in English and French but I doubt that they teach French in International schools, I really doubt that because they're all private. My point still holds though more than 70 percent of the tiny handful of IB schools in France teach soly in English otherwise officially in french and English but none are solely in French.
  5. Some colleges ask for HL like Trinity. I think there are a few other but most require SL. And Good luck on applying for Medicine in the UK. Hope you pull through. I certainly know that UCAS is an experience I never want to repeat again.
  6. although I'm a big "vocab" guy, unfortunately for French you need to know your Grammar and conjugations like a King. Otherwise you sound like an illiterate Somali pirate trying to negotiate with 5 year olds. 1)Get your conjugations right. And use this one sentence to demonstrate knowledge of the subjonctive : "Il faut que tu sois" Je suis allé(e), and not je suis aller. 2) Get your grammar right. When you you used the past participle of "to have" don't conjugate the verb. "Elles ont tous mangé" and not "Elles ont tous mangées" 3) Learn the essential conjugations of the most useful verbs. Like prendre, partir, aller.... (Don't Get these wrong!) 4) Maximise your vocab, IMO being an English speaker is cheating because a very large proportion of English words come from French so you can get away with loads. 5) Target your vocab learning. Learn around the crucial topics. Learn about the environment. Global warming is le réchauffement de la terre, greenhouse gases is l'effet de serre. Travel. a train to go and come back is un ticket allé-retour. However most of the times ticket is billet but for transport it is different for some reason. Holiday. Un voyage, un séjour, une excursion. The big 2 are Vocab and Conjugations. Sample phrase Il aurait du sans doute réserver son vol hier soir car le lendemain à l'aéroport, les places étaient déjà belles et biens prises. He definitely should have booked his flight yesterday evening because the next day at the airport, the seats were are already "well and truly" taken. Belles et biens is idiomatic.
  7. Anywhere is good for Medicine.
  8. work at the airport as security and earn some bear cash. Go back to the Fatherland. Party with friends here in England. Go visit a friend in Austria. Perhaps visit a friend abroad in another country. And mainly just chillax. Oh and also visit my uni and the city in which I will be living in for the next 7 years?
  9. Ok let me start with the second question. Acid PH depends on the concentration of H+ ions that means that equilibrium is shifted either to the left or right depending on how much is added or taken away. Going from the same principle as my previous answer for the question last night. Sulfuric acid is bimolecular. When this strong acid dissociates it will produce twice as many H+ ions than any other acid for 2 reasons. 1 it has 2 hydrogens and 1 because it is a strong acid so therefore fully dissociates or almost. No equilibrium sign for a strong acid. Please when you embark on such a question analyse the nitty gritty and notice that ohhhh dude wow there are 2 hydrogens. Edit : Sorry it's not Sulfuric and it doesn't look strong because its carbonic but my point still stands about being bimolecular. I'll let someone else answer the 1st question.
  10. look at my answer. It's very simple
  11. For the second question. Sulfuric acid is bimolecular in that it has 2 hydrogen atoms so the H ion concentration needs to be doubled and as the movement of free ions = kinetic energy = heat energy, then the sulfuric acid is double.
  12. It all started when is he was a waiter in a Parisian café.
  13. Contained yet fidgety. Only exams I'm nervous for are Math and Chem. Hoping to finish the Chem syllabus by the weekend. Bio needs a lot of work but it's very straight forward. History is just studying. Japanese is just learning bits and bobs. French is doing a practise paper 1 and leaving paper 2 revision after my bio exams so I have 3 to 4 days of solid revision for that and voila.
  14. Ab Initio

    I do Japanese ab initio too. It's a kick ass course. You get to talk as if you've been handling chop stick since the have of 1.
  15. Ab Initio

    They are different levels. Go and do some research and come back.