Do you have any advice for someone who is struggling in a language? I have to take my exam next year and I need advice.
Well, for any language the best way to improve is to practice :) Maybe find someone who speaks the language, and ask your teacher whenever you don’t understand something.
Anonymous asked:I've lost all my respect for your character.
omg i take 4 of the same classes :3 English HL, Spanish Ab Initio, Physics HL, and History HL
Cool! The funny thing though is that I switched from bio to physics just two weeks ago.
what subject do you take and what are you predicted? from a fellow ib struggler x
My courses are:
Chemistry SL, Mathematics SL, English HL, Spanish Ab Initio, Physics HL, and History HL. I don’t yet have my predicted grades.
Anonymous asked:just because we have the amazing privilege of being in an amazing program doesn't mean its one of the hardest things we've ever had to do. i never get sleep, i haven't had a social life and i never see any of my other classmates because of IB. i do love the opportunity of being an IB student but that doesn't mean it's easy by any standard.
A very good point. This is sort of what I was trying to communicate in my last post. Sure, I’m grateful for the opportunity and the chance to receive a good education, but the amount of work that we need to do in IB is A LOT and the program is very rigorous. Sometimes the stress levels are just too much. I think it all boils down to the individual. Everyone’s going to view IB differently. If you think IB is a terrible program that doesn’t mean that you’re wrong in any way, and likewise if you think that IB is the best thing ever invented. Everyone learns differently and everyone is entitled to their own opinion.