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    May 2019
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  1. I heard about them getting rid of Studies too! I was told that there will be an easier and a harder branch of Math SL and an easier and a harder branch Math HL, like two different levels of each rather than having Studies. My question, though, is how similar the easier Math SL will be to the Studies course...
  2. You have to take math but you can choose between Math HL, Math SL, or Math Studies, with HL being the hardest and Studies being the easiest (keep in mind that some universities do not accept Math Studies depending on your major and how much math would be involved in the chosen career field). However, you do not have to take Physics, but you do have to take a science. You have the choice of Physics HL or SL, Biology HL or SL, and Chemistry HL or SL, with the Higher Levels (HL) being more in-depth and a bit harder, and the Standard Levels (SL) being more basic. Some schools even offer an Environmental Studies course instead of Bio, Physics, or Chemistry.
  3. Nobody has started, the prescribed titles haven't been released yet. That means we'll all be able to get them done. There's no need to worry about it 😊
  4. Math HL man. It's a killer. Physics HL is comparable.
  5. So, I am planning on doing my EE in Art and I was thinking of doing the topic "How are American and Japanese art influenced by one another and how are they different?", or something along those lines. Is this too vague? Should I specify a specific area of art? Can I even use this topic? Any feedback and suggestions would be awesome. Also, my 2,000 words checkpoint is next week and I haven't started yet, so please help ASAP!
  6. This totally sounds like something you can do for CAS. If you were able to gather a few others to be part of a group with you, it would be even better! You could all raise money for running and pool your money towards the same charity.
  7. For my Art EE, I was thinking of using the question "How are American and Japanese art influenced by one another and how are they different?". Is this topic too vague? Should I specify a specific area of art? Is the topic even usable at all? Any feedback and suggestions on this topic would be great. My 2,000 word checkpoint is next week and I haven't even started so I need help ASAP!! Thanks!
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