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  1. Hmm, I was reading that since it belongs to the University of London group, it was known as being at least semi-reputable... Anyways, I'm not really interested in going to the UK since most of the good universities require exceptionally high IB results. I think I'm going to stick with the Grandes Écoles in France.
  2. It looks like an interesting school. Honestly I'd apply to it.
  3. So, I've been accepted to Brunel in the UK and SKEMA in France but I'm still waiting on EDHEC (France), ESSEC (France) and Birkbeck. I'm not really interested in Brunel as it doesn't have a well-known business programme but I've heard that Birkbeck is quite reputable in the UK. On the other hand, SKEMA is a triple-accredited business school and since I'm planning on doing my masters at somewhere like LSE or INSEAD, I think it would be a good option to go with. If I get accepted to either EDHEC or ESSEC, I'd probably rather go to one of those than SKEMA. So what do you guys think would be the best for a global/international education in business management? Would my choices also help me get into a MBA programme at a good school such as INSEAD, HEC or LSE?
  4. I was doing the bilingual diploma up until this year. I decided that it was too much work and for me, switching to French B HL was a good choice. My teacher says that now I'm practically guaranteed a 7 in French and in English I'm hoping for a 6 at least. My main reason for dropping French A HL was that I had too much to read in both classes and I don't like reading fiction.
  5. I just wanted to get some advice on rather or not my table of contents and sections are adequate for my essay itself and rather my essay is worthy of an A based on this preliminary information. So the research question and title is - Topic Area: Exploring the effects of Nazi Propaganda on the German society/ Film History To what extent did films such as Leni Riefenstahl’s Triumph of the Will [PD1] (1935) serve as a catalyst in creating a more favorable opinion among the German population for the Nazi regime? And here is the table of contents - Introduction Investigation Factors that led to Leni Riefenstahl’s rise to fame and being commissioned by Hitler Production and release of the film - Criticism and appraisal of the film in 1935 (year of release)(direct response) Popularity of the film from 1935-1945 – The Film’s legacy throughout Nazi Germany - The films direct contribution to the uprising of the Nazi war machine - The Film’s purpose to directly project the power of the Nazi regime The Cinematographic techniques that Riefenstahl used to revolutionize the cinema industry - The combination of perfect filming and persuasive elements Conclusion Works Cited Appendix [PD1]If you are going to italicize the research question, you should not italicize those portions that would be italicized normally. The font style needs to be seen as different by the reader, so that he or she knows that it is a title.
  6. Well I'm just wanting to go to a Business school for my Bachelors and then go on to something else. In France I don't know if it matters of which Maths course you've taken as long as you have a good grade and can do what is given in University. The University I was looking into was EDHEC. http://www.edhec.edu/
  7. Take it from someone who was in Studies for a few months and shifted to SL, in Studies, I felt the work was pretty easy, but not as easy as I expected it to be. After about 3 months in Studies, I found out that most universities require AT LEAST Math SL to study Business. I shifted to SL, and got a 7 in my first test, since then, it's pretty much been straight 7s for me. It's not as hard as you think, at least give it a shot! Business Management in university will definitely require some moderate level of calculus, so even if it's not a requirement, it'll help greatly. My maths professor even told me Studies is fine for Business....
  8. I've just started the IB DP programme this year and for my maths course I chose Math Studies. I don't think I'm really that good at Maths in general, but now that I've been doing Studies, I feel that only certain areas give me trouble. A lot of these chapters in the Haese & Harris book seem simple but not dead easy. I don't feel under challenged or anything but I feel like I should be doing Maths SL, even though Maths is for me, my hardest subject. It's been around 2 months since school has started and the first trimester test will come up soon. I've also been thinking about going to Business school for a Bachelor, but again, I think Maths Studies, from what I've heard, is too basic and even if I have to get a worse grade, I'd do SL. Any thoughts? Also, I almost never study for Maths.
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