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  1. Your question is pretty good, the only flaw with it is that it suggests that gender equality in Baha'i is already established as important. Maybe something like "How important is the principle of gender equality in the Baha'i religion?"
  2. If you use google scholar, you can find essays and journals by just searching with keywords. What is your topic/RQ?
  3. Quick note that has nothing to do with your question since I believe Vioh gave a pretty solid answer. A few countries (including Sweden) require you to have studied all 3 sciences in order to get into medical school. So just keep an eye on that
  4. Feminism itself as a concept is something I thoroughly believe in. I believe that men and women should have equal rights and equal pay, and I believe that we should teach boys from a young age to respect women and essentially to not be misogynists. Because no matter how equally we are paid, many men still prejudice against women. Many women I know, and I myself, feel unsafe and afraid of men, simply because we are women, and this is a social construct we must try to rid ourselves of. So when I encounter any racism, xenophobia or misogyny, I try to speak up against it. There are "radical feminists". But they are no more feminists than "radical/extremist muslims" are muslims. Simply because there are radical muslims out there, and because Islam gets a bad rep, does not mean I will say "I believe in Islam but I'm not Muslim". Its the same thing with feminism. My ultimate goal as a "feminist" is to not have a need for feminism.
  5. I think it really depends on your teacher :/
  6. Then I think you should consider dropping out, just don't rush into it. Talk to a guidance counselor at your school if you have one, talk to your parents. I usually wouldn't advise anyone to quit anything, but it seems ib isn't worth your time. If it's making you miserable, and you don't need it, then don't stay in a position that is harming you. You aren't a coward for feeling like you're struggling, we all struggle, but many of us have a reason to really want the diploma. Wish you the best
  7. How about you first introduce both of them and compare them as art forms (using examples), and then you take romantic poetry first, and talk about the era and the history, and then on the next slide, what effect it had. and then you do the same thing with jazz, and then your last slide you conclude something like they were both important as expressions of freedom bla bla.
  8. It depends on the university itself and more specifically the program and what its requirements are. There should be specific details as to what grades they want from IB Students like, above 35 points. While they may not have give "special treatment", if you do well in IB you will probably be more likely to be accepted. Also I think IB is supposed to be good in other ways like, in terms of preparation, it helps you be more well prepared for Uni, especially with the Extended Essay
  9. when is attack on titan season 2 going to come I'm dying over here
  10. imosz

    Motivation please

    and listen to uplifting music.
  11. imosz

    Motivation please

    I understand 100% since i'm going through exactly the same thing atm. Basically, think of all the bragging rights when you've graduated, basically just imagine graduating, and take everything one at a time. I often tend to stress out when I start thinking of allll the things i have to do, but I find it easier when I take each assignment one at a time. in order of deadline. like, Ok I have an English presentation tomorrow, let me focus on that, rather than any of the other things, get that out of the way, and then take the essay that is due in three days and start on that. Also, coffee + chocolate.
  12. imosz

    Interview: Who are you?

    1. What is your real name? Iman 2. Where are you from? It's v complicated but my nationality is Swedish 3. How did you find out about IB Survival? I had a panic attack about IB and turned to google. 4. What made you register on IB Survival? I think I wanted to post something? 5. When did you (approximately) register here? like 6 months ago? 2 days before I began IB 6. What is your favourite IB subject? English A Lang & Lit 7. When are you graduating? 2018 8. What are your plans for university? I want to study forensic science 9. What are your free-time hobbies? Writing, photography, reading 10. If you could change one thing on IB Survival, what would it be? The *new* popup on every thread I CANNOT READ EVERY SINGLE THING I am the kind of person who cannot have a full inbox, this leaves me with the same feeling.
  13. Bulgaria and Romania also have several universities for medicine in English, I'm not sure what the fees are like though.
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