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  1. history is the hardest sl, it requires a lot of writing and u need to know a lot of info. I AM NOT A FAN OF EITHER
  2. Hey Shellziess, which subject do I proceed with, to fulfil the spot for my IB course? I have been going on this for several months from now, I still can't find a suitable answer, PLZ some advice.....
  3. No, it's not that fact that I am interested or not. In fact, I am not even THAT interested in Chemistry. As long it is within my metal capabilities of ease, I am good with it. Like in MYP, I honestly am not interested in any subjects apart from Science and Maths, but I still get 6, 7 and 8s, not because the subject means something to me, but rather for the sake of getting good grades. So... WHAT is it going to be? What do you recommend me the most, as you've good a better insight over my thoughts?
  4. I mean I have absolutely zero interest in Econ, but if YOU CONFIRM, its ease in terms of workload, difficulty, assessments, exam... I'll just study it for the sake of getting good GRADES.
  5. What about its difficulty in understanding contents, assessments, IAs and all other IB stuff. What about in the actual IB exam?
  6. My school doesn't provide psychology, but do you really think history SL would be easier in terms of workload and acquiring higher grade.
  7. Next year, I will be joining the IB DP programme and I would like some suggestions. For my DP, I consider myself as leaning heavily on to Physics and Mathematics, therefore the hope of taking HLs for both. Having the HLs, I've always considered taking the other 5 subjects, as milder as possible, so I can focus more of my time on Mathematics and Physics than other subjects. However, the problem I ran into was considering my 6th SL subject, which I thought of keeping as another Group 4 subject. Initially, I thought of Chemistry, but the fact that I am trying to reduce workload, to give time for Maths and Physics, takes that way, as I heard Chemistry Sl, deserves a lot of work in order to well in class or just earn 7. Then I considered, Biology which is in fact, leads to another contradiction to my knowledge. My minds could be described as an analytical one, therefore it wouldn't be eligible to heavy memorizations and learning by heart, as seen in Biology. This, therefore, leaves me with ESS, which seems like the most appropriate one for my situation, at least that is what I think. I hope, anyone can give me some advice on which subject should I take, prior to what I like and my abilities. The choices presently include ESS and Chemistry. FYI, I have very small about of interest in both Chemistry and ESS, but Biology is way out of my league, that is prior to what my mind can handle. Subjects: HL (Physics, Maths, Business) SL (group 4 subject unknown, Spanish, English)
  8. Next year, I will be joining the IB DP programme and I would like some suggestions. For my DP, I consider myself as leaning heavily on to Physics and Mathematics, therefore the hope of taking HLs for both. Having the HLs, I've always considered taking the other 5 subjects, as milder as possible, so I can focus more of my time on Mathematics and Physics than other subjects. However, the problem I ran into was considering my 6th SL subject, which I thought of keeping as another Group 4 subject. Initially, I thought of Chemistry, but the fact that I am trying to reduce workload, to give time for Maths and Physics, takes that way, as I heard Chemistry Sl, deserves a lot of work in order to well in class or just earn 7. Then I considered, Biology which is in fact, leads to another contradiction to my knowledge. My minds could be described as an analytical one, therefore it wouldn't be eligible to heavy memorizations and learning by heart, as seen in Biology. This, therefore, leaves me with ESS, which seems like the most appropriate one for my situation, at least that is what I think. I hope, anyone can give me some advice on which subject should I take, prior to what I like and my abilities. The choices presently include ESS and Chemistry. FYI, I have very small about of interest in both Chemistry and ESS, but Biology is way out of my league, that is prior to what my mind can handle. Subjects: HL (Physics, Maths, Business) SL (group 4 subject unknown, Spanish, English)
  9. Can you do French ab intio after doing 3 years of French?
  10. Thanks for the advice aTeddy, but I was wondering if I would be able to get a 7 easily in English A HL when compared to Business HL. Because for my HLs, prior to my potential university requirements, I need to try and get 776s for almost all of the HLs. Physics and Mathes HL is a must, as I need it for my university course. The other one will refer to a subject where a 7 can easily be earned. Thanks for the help.
  11. Hi, I will be starting IB DP next year and I've been facing some issue with my choices for group 2. My choices were French and Spanish. I've studied French for 3 years, and now I am at phase 2 and still, I get 3s and 4s. But the reason why I get such grades is that I don't care about French and honestly I don't like learning languages. On the other hand, I have Spanish ab initio that I've never learnt in my life. Moreover, I heard that Spanish is one the easiest languages in the world and is quite easy in the IB. Thinking this through, even with myself weak at French I was thinking of choosing French ab initio (additional I was wondering if I can still go for French ab intio , with studying it for 3 years). But if French Ab initio is not possible then I can't go to French B as I am weak at this language. That is when Spanish ab inito is what's going to take the lead. I hope anyone can help me make the decision.
  12. Hi, I will be starting IB DP next year and I've been facing some issue with my choices for group 2. My choices were French and Spanish. I've studied French for 3 years, and now I am at phase 2 and still, I get 3s and 4s. But the reason why I get such grades is that I don't care about French and honestly I don't like learning languages. On the other hand, I have Spanish ab initio that I've never learnt in my life. Moreover, I heard that Spanish is one the easiest languages in the world and is quite easy in the IB. Thinking this through, even with myself weak at French I was thinking of choosing French ab initio (additional I was wondering if I can still go for French ab intio , with studying it for 3 years). But if French Ab initio is not possible then I can't go to French B as I am weak at this language. That is when Spanish ab inito is what's going to take the lead. I hope anyone can help me make the decision.
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