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What must I do before IB - summer?

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I've been lazing around this summer and haven't done too much except for gather 8 hours of CAS - those are my first eight hours. I also haven't really started on my World Religions IA because I'm having trouble researching for it. The common word that you could associate with my summer is Procrastination...

I'm not asking anyone to amazingly cure my laziness - however that would be extra helpful, but if you could help me with quick CAS projects? Fun stuff you've done for CAS over the years? What did you guys do the summer before your first full year of IB that helped you

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Writing your EE over summer could be helpful, at least I found it to be so... For CAS, try doing something that interests you - learning a language, dancing, tutoring a younger student. It's hard to advise anyone on CAS, in my opinon, as our resources vary from country to country.

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I agree with Gaby. Try working on one of your long-term papers, like your Internal Assessment or Extended Essay. When things get hectic next year you'll be glad you don't have those papers to worry about as well.

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I've started to learn sign language and it's actually really really fun. And I finally have my IA topic ready to be researched. My trick - I took Twitter and Facebook apps off of my phone. Who knew how much that would change things hahaha

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