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Adoran

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    May 2010
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    Norway
  1. Norwegian A1 HL - 5 English A2 HL - 6 Economics SL - 6 Physics HL - 6 Chemistry SL - 6 Mathematics SL - 7 TOK - C Economics EE - B Total = 37. Very disappointed. I was predicted 41, with an A in EE and a 7 in Economics. Seeing as I'm gonna be studying Economics at university, it is.. annoying, to say the least. Not sure what happened, had a really good feeling after exams. Oh well, at least I'm done and still have a place at uni. Congrats to all!
  2. I have both of those (and Economics from a Global Perspective, which I find less helpful). I don't view them as substitutes, but rather as complementary goods The Course Companion is useful for using in class, studying after class etc, while the Revision Guide is great for well.. revision before tests and exams.
  3. I'm looking into cooking classes, as that could be fun, counts as creativity, and will be bloody useful when I move out next year. And no, we have no clubs at school.. Norwegian public school and all that. I will look into designing a website for someone, that could be fun. Thanks
  4. I'm not, sadly. Thanks for the suggestion though
  5. Hey, So, I need to find ways to get some more creativity. I have some for guitar playing, but it's just not enough. Sooo.. Anyone have any ideas for activities that aren't 'artsy' in the traditional sense (I don't like painting, drawing etc. It's just not me)? Something that might be offered as a weekend camp sort of thing would be great. I've looked at first aid courses, but I can't seem to find any offered near me. Anyone?
  6. Ugly Brothers - DJ Format & Abdominal . Hilarious song.
  7. http://extras.timesonline.co.uk/tol_gug/gooduniversityguide.php?AC_sub=Veterinary+Medicine&x=43&y=14⊂=61 This ranking might be helpful.
  8. Hah. Loving them Nordic genes, I'm the tallest IBer here so far. 193cm or 6'4. Comes with its problems though. Hard to find a decently tall girl, for one
  9. Very Nordic. A mix of Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and some Sami way back. And of course a Norwegian citizen.
  10. Adoran

    Are you autistic?

    29. Interesting.
  11. 1. What is your real name? Christian 2. Where are you from? Norway 3. How did you find out about IB Survival? Think there was a link on ibscrewed when it shut down. 4. What made you register on IB Survival? Well.. Getting help, and access to all the great resources here. 5. When did you (approximately) register here? No clue. Says somewhere on my profile, doesn't it? 6. What is your favourite IB subject? Economics and Mathematics (Both of which I have on SL, due to my ridiculous school offering neither on HL) 7. When are you graduating? May 2010 8. What are your plans for university? Economics. Most likely starting off at the University of Oslo 9. What are your free-time hobbies? Gaming, political blogging, reading too many newspapers, and other forms of procrastination. 10. If you could change one thing on IB Survival, what would it be? Hmm.. Unsure.
  12. Adoran

    Your Favorite Word

    Epitome. Mainly because me and my friends have been using it in Norwegian essays even though our teacher claims it's not a Norwegian word (Most complicated words are exactly the same in Norwegian and English). She corrects it every time.
  13. Maybe a bit late, but I decided to chime in. I talked to my dad's cousin a while ago, who is Chief of Medicine of a major Norwegian hospital. He had a very good impression of doctors from RCSI. He said it was THE place to go if I was interested in studying Medicine outside of Norway, so I'm assuming it's fairly good. Downside, of course, is that if you're not in the EU, you'll be paying over 40,000 euros a year.
  14. International Business is worth considering simply because you'd still be doing IB. Heh heh.... Lame humor aside, I have settled on Economics. Haven't decided where yet, though.
  15. Don't forget the way Canadian and American universities work. The first year, you apply for Engineering, then you choose your major (for example mining engineering) at the end of your first year, I believe. Not sure on the specifics, but I do know that you do a year of general engineering first. And as Engineering is a pretty competitive field, don't expect it to be easy to get into that first year I've heard good things about UBC's Mining Engineering department.
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