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  1. Hey. I have not done TOK in a while, but let me try to help you out. First of all, I think you should have posted some of your thoughts on the topic so that we can help you develop your thoughts. Define the Areas of knowledge that you would you to focus on. Normally 2 or 3 would be good. Then form each area of knowledge define a few ways of knowing and have specific examples for each. For example, if you take history then use language and have an good example for this argument.. etc.
  2. 3 Australia---Europe Africa 196 Europe 53 Australia 111
  3. You know you're in IB when you visit this website: http://ibfmylife.com/
  4. http://www.ibsurvival.com/links/category/12-extended-essay/ Perhaps this link will assist you in writing your EE. I am not sure if you can write a story in the beginning. I know for sure that you can do that on a TOK essay, but when it comes to EE I think of it being more serious and formal. You can look at the past EEs on this website: http://www.tedbursa.k12.tr/ib/ perhaps it will give you some guidance as well. Good luck!
  5. You can definitely write your EE on the subject that you are not taking. Although, normally it is not advised to do so. I wrote my EE on a subject that I was not taking, and on a subject that my school does not even offer, so it was definitely difficult. It was especially hard to find a good qualifies dupervisor (and I didn't have one of those either). So, if you can - stay away from those difficult situations because you are not helping yourself in any way if you chose a subject for your EE that noone is able to give you advice on. Perhaps try looking into the subjects that you are already taking, but from a different perspective. Not something straight from the syllabus, but rather something extraordinary taken in the viewpoint of that specific subject. That way you will be able to receive feedback from your teachers at the school and you will be more able to score higher.
  6. It definitely majorly falls under service. Though you could add a few action and activity to it. When I did my CAS I had different activities divided into different categories. For example, if someone initiated an activity then it would fall under action and creativity. See where I'm getting at? Basically have most of your hours under service and only a few under the other categories, but ONLY if you will talk about it in your CAS journal because you need proof.
  7. You can ask yuor IB Coordinator to contact the IBO so that they can send your scores directly. OR You can ask your IB Coordinator to send the scores to the universities him/her self. Universities for the most part accept that as well.
  8. Here: http://www.ibsurvival.com/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=96
  9. Specifically for Business Administration Programme in Canda - take a look at this website: http://www.canadian-universities.net/Universities/Programs/Business_Administration.html There is also a really good website to look for universities or specific programmes that you are interested to study in Europe: http://www.bachelorsportal.eu/ PM me if you have any additional questions.
  10. There are definitely places in the US and Canado worth looking at. But those places will be relatively difficult to find and I believe education will not be one of the best. Europe, on the other hand, is a far better option finacially. Usually education is 3 years long for Bachelors instead of 4. Also the tuition fees are affordable. If not, then you can see whether you qualify for a scholarship (sometimes it is specific for students from specific countries). Are you looking at any country specifically?
  11. You mean when mailing the scores to universities they can send predicted grades as official ones?
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