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    I'm thinking of doing a comparison of Arthurian legends and the historical facts behind them or an investigation into the Elvish language that Tolkien created and its ties to Celtic and other languages. Does anyone have any feedback?
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    wat subject does that fit into?
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    (Original post by ArwenEvenstar)
    I'm thinking of doing a comparison of Arthurian legends and the historical facts behind them
    History

    Not sure whether you'll get enough sources since Arthurian legends is so far back and such a myth. Just a thought.

    (Original post by ArwenEvenstar)
    Ian investigation into the Elvish language that Tolkien created and its ties to Celtic and other languages. Does anyone have any feedback?
    Erm...Language B of some sort?
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    Lovin' the ancientness of this thread:proud:
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    i did mine in bio..
    well.. i am still doing it, hopefully i dont have to change it.

    its "studying the reaction using gradual development of yellow color from v.weak to weak yellow as an indicator with 0.5% lactose medium containing 0.1% to 0.4% glucose"

    make sense? still hoping the data does :d
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    i did mine on chem..how do abiotic factors (pH and o2 concentration) affect the rate of milk fermentation..lol it wz quite boring..waitin for the results now..:confused:
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    History - multiculturalism in Singapore. (I went to a local school in Singapore for 5 years so it helped =])
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    (Original post by xra)
    i did mine on chem..how do abiotic factors (pH and o2 concentration) affect the rate of milk fermentation..lol it wz quite boring..waitin for the results now..:confused:
    I did mine in chemistry too
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    mine was in ITGS: effect of pc virues on banks(actual title was longer).. twas great
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    mine was history:
    factors leading to the soviet-afghan war. or something like that.
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    I'm doing mine in English B: "To what extent is the relationship between human and daemon in 'Northern Lights' by Philip Pullman compatible to that between a Rider and Dragon in 'Eragon' by Christopher Paolini?"

    I like it, though it may be a tad hard to write. I had a really hard time with my World Lit, and this is basically another one, just with better novels! My supervisor approved of it though. I am not sure it can give me an A What do you think?
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    Got my research question, subject area is computer science. "To what extent are recursive algorithms used in creating computer-generated fractals?"

    any ideas where to start? this topic is kind of over my head, but it's something i'm interested in.
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    (Original post by HMSChocolate)
    I dont think IB book lists are available for students. it doesn't matter which publication you use. you will state it in the bibliography anyway.
    thanks. it is not avaliable to students but my advisor told me which one they say the recommend but do not nessecarily perfer. they are so indecisive!
    i also went to IBSurvival.com and i am going to get you guys more notes for the website. i think it is a great idea.
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    (Original post by IBStuck)
    i also went to IBSurvival.com and i am going to get you guys more notes for the website. i think it is a great idea.
    Thank you!!!
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    I did mine in chemistry too
    Why is everyone dislike chem EE? It can be fun as long as your school has the right facilities.
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    Ahhhhh!

    I have my outline deadline in 1 week and haven't had time to start on it at all, with the focus on the testweek next week. I haven't even finished reading my sources and today it took me 2 hours to analyse through 6 pages
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    (Original post by johanski)
    I'm doing mine in English B
    you know you can't do an EE in english b if you do english a2, right? just looking at your signature confused me...
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    (Original post by fourleafclover89)
    you know you can't do an EE in english b if you do english a2, right? just looking at your signature confused me...

    yeah, well I mean it counts as English B. it's graded as if it was in English B..at least that's what i've heard
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    I did it in geography. It was about immigration of a certain group of people into a certain area in a certain country. I conducted interviews, took pictures and made a movie in documentary style. Surprisingly enough the government requested a copy of my work. The seemed very interested, as they have been trying to get to these immigrant for centuries. The communication with the government did not work as the immigrants are very isolated etc.

    My independent research really made a difference - even though it was risky to enter the "ghetto" and do all the research, it was worth it and fun!
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    (Original post by Azamat Bagatov)
    I did it in geography. It was about immigration of a certain group of people into a certain area in a certain country. I conducted interviews, took pictures and made a movie in documentary style. Surprisingly enough the government requested a copy of my work. The seemed very interested, as they have been trying to get to these immigrant for centuries. The communication with the government did not work as the immigrants are very isolated etc.

    My independent research really made a difference - even though it was risky to enter the "ghetto" and do all the research, it was worth it and fun!
    What country and whose imigration? :p: Sounds really interesting , and i liked the movie thing :rolleyes:
 
 
 

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