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I'm gonna miss IB.

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Yeah, I regret only beginning to love being a student starting this year, but man, when everyone else told me that being a student was the best years of your life, they were spot on. I'll try not to be a nostalgiafag but the thing I'mma miss the most is that feeling of adrenaline you get while anticipating your exam results. I last experienced it a day ago when I was receiving my IB scores, but I'm sure the feeling won't be the same anymore in Uni since we're not seperated into classes.

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Hey! I share your thoughts as well. I finished IB in november 2010 and started college. IB is so much fun than college!! You guys getting your results made me recall the moment when I got mines. It was a great time, summer and fun. As sad or whatever as it might sound, we are sure about something: that we had a share of good moments!!! :D

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I won't miss it, at all. I'll miss the classes because of who taught them and the classmates that went through it with me. But the program can go die, it's done.

So ready to go to college and get out of this super structured ewwyness.

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I honestly thought, by the title of this thread, that this was a provocation =) Everyone's entitled to their opinion though! Me, I wouldn't recommend the IB to my worst enemy (well, maybe in that case I woudl, but it's the spirit that counts here...).

IB? Ha, ha.

Faretheebad. Till the neverseeing. Goodbye!

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I've been done with the IB for more than a year now. At Uni, its a lot harder and a lot freer. I'm grateful for all the skills I picked up and the academic discipline that IB instilled in me and I think I always will be.

But would I ever want to go back to the IB? Nope.

Do I miss the IB? Hell no!

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Well, I know for a fact I am not going to miss IB. Sure, there were some pretty great times, but that does not in anyway counterbalance all the work I am going to do/have done, account for the health problems, killing myself to catch up when I get sick, 4 years of a deprived social life, and countless loss hours of sleep.

Whatever.

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