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  1. First of all, thank you so much for the reply. I honestly think that my school's attitude towards CAS is both very strict but also very sloppy at the same time. They made us do a long-term activity for each category but they don't know much about CAS they don't answer my questions? Ah I don't know anymore. Thankfully school helped me with Creativity and Service part. I still dread action even though I used to be a professional tennis player until two years ago but decided to quit it because I realized I hated it. I'm so bad at starting new things so I didn't start any new action, but I have some things in mind... Also, I chuckled a little when I read that you made a Minecraft Map for CAS, I think its hilarious and creative. Maybe I should do something like that too! Thanks again, I feel like I feel a lot more confident after your words. It means a lot...
  2. Yeah, it has changed. I suppose it doesn't have a time limit now. My CAS coordinator is too dense, I know she is trying to the best for us to guarantee CAS at least but she didn't really answer my question I guess I have to wait and see how the 12th years will do this year. Thank you for the reply
  3. I'm suffering from severe social anxiety and I have to take up more meds and extra hormones to able to participate the activities. I just wanted to know how much CAS I have to do to graduate? I really wanted to have some challenges and get out of my comfort zone for awhile but it has come to a point where it is very painful.
  4. Yeah, I suppose it'll be better too. I couldn't help but wonder though ^^; Thanks
  5. I was planning on making a solid fuel rocket for my internal assessment and experimenting with momentum. So can I do experiments with rocket again on EE but this time it would be about aerodynamics or maybe a water rocket (I know its too simple for EE but I can't think of any other at the moment) for example?