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Hey guys, I need a Biology IA due tomorrow! I've been thinking of them for over a month now and I still don't have anything, and it's getting super difficult. What did you do? Were there any topics that you liked but your teacher did not approve ( I can try to get ideas from it). Even discussing topics and things in biology is going to help here THANK YOU SO MUCH
Like, i have the exams starting in 10 days and I feel like I miserably failed all my self-study plans. In order of importance for my U admission: Math HL probably the only one I would finish, if I dedicated all my time to it. Physics SL my teacher came one year ago and had no idea of what all the IB thing was about and we literally haven't even touched topics 5, 6, 7, 8 and Relativity. Spanish Lit HL - got to analyze one book and read and analyze another English L&L HL - got to read as much as possible of one book and finish the course companion (manageable) History SL - Know NOTHING. I always put it off, and i plan to read my Cold War Cambridge course companion, the other course companion for the topic, and some chapters of Norma Lowe's. Business and Management - Finished the book. Not a big worry. I'm good at it. I spend my days from dawn to sunset sitting reading and doing exercises, but even if I don't sleep it's not doing the trick. I need an emergency plan and my nerves are obliterated. Please. Help.
I now someone'll be irked for my waste of bandwidth, but I just have a simple subjective question out there if anyone is willing: What is considered a good score on the Works in Translation Literary Essay? To clarify, I'm referring to the 1200-1500 analytically essay based upon teacher-developed prompt. Of course it morphs into individual topics of discussion, but it was made clear to me we have to start with the original teacher's prompt. I ask because I'm nervous about my own grade on the essay. My teacher reviewed our papers and gave each of his students and awarded me a measly 10 out of 22 (12 out of 25 including the other criteria). I've edited my paper since then, but it calms me down to keep track of my rough position on the rubric. I understand it's a rather subjective question, but I know organizations such as IB tend to have some numbered threshold, official or unofficial, by which acceptable and unacceptable scores are differentiated. I have a tendency to see anything below a 70% (about 18/25 for the final essay) as a failure, but my experiences with IB tell me this isn't always the case. I value any opinions on this question and appreciate anybody that takes their time to read and respond.