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Hi everyone, 

It doesn't look like the strike is ending anytime soon, so I was wondering what other people are doing to study until school starts. Are there online courses or websites that have worksheets and lessons to do at home? 

Any help is appreciated!

 

 

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I know that for biology for example you can find many sources (ibnotes, bioninja, crashcoursebiology on youtube, khan academy(for all sciences and maths)

You could just look for your syllabus online and maybe find out the books that you have to read and start reading them...

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I've already started studying some of the course work online, but for things like History, you don't know which exact topics the teacher's going to teach so I was hoping people had other ideas on preparing for school.

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hmmm then it depends on your teachers...Maybe you could email them and ask...I recommend you start organizing your time...like read the syllabus of subjects and IA(Internal Assessment) criteria..start thinking about your IAs and your Extended Essay. I have history and we are doing Authoritarian and Single Party States by cambridge. I know they have done books in history in more options so when your history teacher tells you, try to find a book from them!( if you don´t mind using torrentz, you could even download them). 

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I wouldn't still worry too much, it's only a beginning of your first year. :) Last year we had almost a month without HL maths, and still managed to crunch everything, although we did run from the devil doing the integrals. But otherwise, look at your textbooks/syllabi, or, as mentioned above, mail your teachers :)

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