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What does it take to get an A on your EE?

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Lol, my EE is due on the 30th, and my supervisor has been saying "it's getting there", but what does it really take to get an A on it? I've been working on it for 2 months so I really don't want it all to go to waste at the last minute. I've looked at 2 sample EEs that got an A, and my wording seems pretty close, but the EE criteria itself is pretty vague, so I'm not sure...

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From my own point of view, I think you should just do everything your supervisor told you to do. I'm also doing the extended essay too so I could relate to you. use the E.E assessment criteria to check if you have written to the extent of getting maximum points required.

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I'm surprised you found the EE History Criteria vague, I found it to be very specific! Just make sure that you are ticking all of the boxes and that you meet all the requirements at a high level and you will definitely get an A. Also, if you are still not sure try talking to your teacher to get more specific advice. good luck!

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The EE guide literally spells out how to get an A (or at least a B) for each subject. As long as you follow those guidelines, you'll be fine. If you are finding things to be "vague," make sure you ask your supervisor for clarification or a rewording so you can make sure you meet all the criteria.

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