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what about joining an extracurricular or a competition? or get a teacher to teach you (will be your supervisor). I think those are how you can get hours for this stuff.

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Well, I participated in a Student Film Festival in London when I was in 11th grade. All the hours spent in making the movie and stuff counted towards my Creativity hours.

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Try and get your work in a competition or gallery, make an online portfolio. Join a class a school, make/join a club. Try and get the school to support the arts by creating a bulletin board of student artwork to be put on display. A portfolio of your photography also provides excellent documentation that you did it :)

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You need atleast a teachers recognition of your work, which would mean them keeping up to date with what you're doing. In my school you can do photography after school and the teachers keeps track of what you're doing. As long as you can prove to the IBO that you didn't just say you were doing something when you weren't, then you'll be fine.

Hope this helps :)

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