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  1. Congrats! 97 is really good! Thanks!
  2. I got 97 percentile this year, without doing any sort of prep course. I just bought all of the material available on the ACER and made sure that I understood the thought process behind every single question there. Imho the only section you can actually prepare for is section 3, the shapes one, by looking at all the different combinations they can possibly ask you... the ACER stuff covers that. For more advice, check out medstudentsonline.com.au - it has a lot about UMAT and studying medicine in Australia in general
  3. May 2015 1. There is no such thing as a neutral question. Evaluate this statement with reference to two areas of knowledge. 2. “There are only two ways in which humankind can produce knowledge: through passive observation or through active experiment.” To what extent do you agree with this statement? 3. “There is no reason why we cannot link facts and theories across disciplines and create a common groundwork of explanation.” To what extent do you agree with this statement? 4. With reference to two areas of knowledge discuss the way in which shared knowledge can shape personal knowledge. 5. “Ways of knowing are a check on our instinctive judgments.” To what extent do you agree with this statement? 6. “The whole point of knowledge is to produce both meaning and purpose in our personal lives.” To what extent do you agree with this statement?
  4. I know everyone's been giving conflicting advice here. I have the H&H, Oxford and IBID one The H&H and Oxford - good for notes and review exercises IBID - have consistently challenging problems Depends on what you want really I guess, I personally recommend IBID...
  5. Simran 1) Awesome in every way, crazy person, you will fall in love with. Sometimes quiet, but crazy sometimes. Positivity is what defines them. Hate being bound by responsibility. Awesome in general. Worth keeping them as a friend. Want a shoulder to cry on, get a Simran. want to cry grab simran 2) simran mean `s someone who is smart and cool . speacily nice Also it mean god gift . 3) Means; unforgettable or realization in Sanskrit. that moment was simran. My parents named me after this film: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dilwale_Dulhania_Le_Jayenge
  6. True, it could have nearly been a draw! But yeah it was a good effort I sleep at 2am so the 12am remaining matches aren't an issue. I live stream them on the internet Yay for the hockey
  7. ^^ Same!! Being a true patriot and rooting for Australia... I know it's difficult for them to win a game, but I'm cheering for every goal they score or save Other than Australia, I'm all for good, exciting football
  8. Quote "When a man acts aggressively and demands action be taken in the way he wants, he is seen to be a MAN, who is TAKING CHARGE. When a womon does the same, she's called a bitch. There a ton of generalisations to this effect that benefit and hurt both genders."http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOjNcZvwjxI&feature=kp This pantene ad shows this point so clearly....
  9. In case you care about Australia, 37 is a reasonably good score. You can get into nearly every course with 37 points
  10. There's a lot more discussion possible, in general, in chemistry labs and you can really manage to connect different parts of the theory together. Practise and good notes (:
  11. Ok HL Chemistry is the best thing in IB according to me. It's the one subject that just all makes sense and keeps me sane (other than maths)... Fun, well that depends on perspectives When you have millions of things to do in IB2, the chemistry lab report is the first thing you choose to do coz it's 'fun'...
  12. Dude I would recommend chemistry HL... it's the best science by far.
  13. Just saying... HL bio and chem is not a suicide route! If you really enjoy the subjects (like i do), studying for them is fun. And, they really aren't that difficult if you work hard
  14. dude you have 1.5 years left till your final exams... these grades are bound to change overtime. If you work harder, you can change that 5 to a 7 no doubt...
  15. Do the subjects that you are good and enjoy because the level of difficulty of subjects varies for different people. HL chemistry is my easiest subject, while Economics is one of my hardest... I want, like every IB student, 40+ as well and any day, I'd choose HL maths, chemsitry and bio than HL economics, history and english. Not because they are "make me work", but because I know that I can score well in them. And dude, where's your group 4 subject? You cannot have 3 group 3 subjects, unless one of them is ESS. Replace business with physics/ chemistry... Simran