I got an A on my Geography Extended Essay. 😀
I attended the last of approximately 3250 classes total from Gr. 8-12 at Churchill Secondary School yesterday. This summer is going to be so boring. No EE, no TOK drafts, no English books (yet)…
Wednesday February 15th: TOK Essay: Done! Completed! Finished! No more drafts! Yay! (Not that much work needed to be done on it, but it just feels good to have finished something else towards my IB diploma :P) Next up: Geography field study! (Geography > History). The data we got from our study was… weird… but the upside to that is we’ll have lots to write for the Sources of Error and Evaluation of Technique. Well I guess that’s what we get when we rely on everyone in the class gathering data, and consequently have to ‘assume’ the data is ‘correct.’ Continue Reading
I think this was one of the more fun mandatory-fun events (in the IB program, there are many extra sessions and events that are mandatory, and hence called “mandatory fun”). Haven’t skated for few years and I found out I can still skate, barely, in the forward direction :). Ok so yes I did learn figure skating before, but that was when I was young and I’ve lost most if not all or my figure-skating skills since then. Bad points: Skate rentals take way too long, and they should keep their skates sharpened Time on ice was too short Going around Continue Reading
…it would be to read the data/information booklet. The math mock exam was interesting. Six questions in one hour. Seems easy enough…only if I had the sense to read the information booklet, which contained some formulae which I could have used on the exam. I looked at the booklet after the exam ended, which was very stupid of me. Anyway, all mock exams completed! Yay! Now back to weeks of classes! Yay!