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I am going to start Ib next year and I am thinking about my extended essay. I want to investigate the effect of fertiliser on seed germination in bio, but I don't know what reason I should write in my EE for why I want to do it. You know I just want to do it and that's it. Can someone please give me some help?

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Here's the best tip anyone can give you: wait at least till you've started IB before you start worrying about your EE :blink:.

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You know, even if you did start thinking about you're more likely to not do that topic, I said and even thought about every detail, to do and EE Biology, but then 3 days before the deadline for the topic proposal i changed to chem. So all that stressing out and time spent to plan and think was gone waisted. Like I say to everyone, you have SO MUCH to care about that is more important than EE at the moment.

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The EE is supposed to be on an original topic. The effects of fertiliser on seed germination has been done. This, I can say with assurance. However, your enthusiasm is lovely, and if you still wish to focus on this area, try to narrow a question down to an investigation of the effects of different fertilisers on seed germination, or even traditional fertilisers (manure, clover, urine et cetera) as compared to modern ammonia fertilisers. There is an abundance of topics which ofer enough variation to make it original, but do not deviate too much from your interests and aims. I commend your efforts to start early. However, don't do too much without having your supervisor and coordinator (as well as the EE guide), or you may find that you have done an exhorbitant amount of work in the wrong direction. Good luck!

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