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    (Original post by Scarletwings92)
    My original title was ''How far does western cultural influences affect how an individual manages with social anxiety disorder?''

    going to change the wording though...waiting for the title change to be approved so...won't post it just yet though it's not much different from above

    What are you doing yours on?
    It's interesting ... I am doing it on english A1 ... about the reformulation of the hero's three part journey: analysing and comparing it in two novels ... I don't have an specific title yet ...
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    (Original post by koch)
    It's interesting ... I am doing it on english A1 ... about the reformulation of the hero's three part journey: analysing and comparing it in two novels ... I don't have an specific title yet ...

    sounds good, I'm sure you'll come up with a specific title you'll have to post it when you do :p: .

    To tell you the truth that's more then some people at my school have so you're fine
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    I am not really sure what do to mine on... While I think History is a great subject to write about, I haven't taken it as an IB or IGCSE subject... Anyone know where I can start? Maybe I should do mine on English A1. I think that would be easier for me.
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    (Original post by taigan)
    I am not really sure what do to mine on... While I think History is a great subject to write about, I haven't taken it as an IB or IGCSE subject... Anyone know where I can start? Maybe I should do mine on English A1. I think that would be easier for me.

    History would be great to do it on, so many resources- i wish i took history .

    I'm doing theatre, and as I live in a developing country, I'm doing something along the lines of "The impact towards street kids with the participation in local street theatre" or something along the lines of that.

    The wording sucks tho.
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    i think i'll definitely try out history, if its too difficult i might do business (although i think it is terribly boring) or maybe english...
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    (Original post by taigan)
    i think i'll definitely try out history, if its too difficult i might do business (although i think it is terribly boring) or maybe english...


    what do you want to go into after the IB?
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    hahah i actually find doing a business IA hard already, doing a business EE might actually kill me XD

    im doing my EE on social networking sites and havent really thought about my title
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    (Original post by Scarletwings92)
    sounds good, I'm sure you'll come up with a specific title you'll have to post it when you do :p: .

    To tell you the truth that's more then some people at my school have so you're fine
    Thanks!! I'' ll post the topic when I have it ... your are doing the exams in november ??
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    (Original post by koch)
    Thanks!! I'' ll post the topic when I have it ... your are doing the exams in november ??

    nope we're taking them in May 2010 so still a year to go:woo:
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    (Original post by Scarletwings92)
    what do you want to go into after the IB?
    I'm hoping to go into medicine... Does that mean I should try to do a science extended essay?
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    No, someone at my school went in for medicine, and she did her extended essay on roman history! She ended up getting 41, so I think it's safe to say that it doesn't always matter. How do you go about finding a specific topic for your EE? I have the subject, but I can't think further than that...
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    (Original post by taigan)
    I'm hoping to go into medicine... Does that mean I should try to do a science extended essay?
    quite a few at my school who are applying to medicine did theirs in either Bio or chem as it looked good on their personal statement. Then again if you're not going to do well and get a high mark with a science one stick to something that you can get a higher mark in to improve your final score as medicine is quite competitive...
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    (Original post by jonathon_baird)
    No, someone at my school went in for medicine, and she did her extended essay on roman history! She ended up getting 41, so I think it's safe to say that it doesn't always matter. How do you go about finding a specific topic for your EE? I have the subject, but I can't think further than that...

    what parts of the subject do you really enjoy and found interesting looking at or would be interesting to look at? What subject is it?
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    (Original post by Scarletwings92)
    what parts of the subject do you really enjoy and found interesting looking at or would be interesting to look at? What subject is it?
    How does the extended essay topic work? I mean I heard the topic can be anything (and if this is true, than can the topic be in relation to sports (racial barriers in the NBA or the NHL) for example?). Is this true? By the way please don't flame me! I just finished grade 10 pre-Ib.
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    (Original post by MatsOvechkin)
    How does the extended essay topic work? I mean I heard the topic can be anything (and if this is true, than can the topic be in relation to sports (racial barriers in the NBA or the NHL) for example?). Is this true? By the way please don't flame me! I just finished grade 10 pre-Ib.
    lol don't worry no one's gonna flame you :p: Grade 10, you live in America? Just asking because I haven't heard 'grade' being used in England and only heard it when I lived in LA so just wondering

    you can do it on anything yes providing that it is a subject that is offered on the IB diploma. It is recommended that you do it on a subject that you're taking as it would be easier but you don't have to.

    If you tell me what subjects you are going to be taking I can help you work out a question/topic area.
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    (Original post by MatsOvechkin)
    How does the extended essay topic work? I mean I heard the topic can be anything (and if this is true, than can the topic be in relation to sports (racial barriers in the NBA or the NHL) for example?). Is this true? By the way please don't flame me! I just finished grade 10 pre-Ib.
    You in America? I just finished Grade 11, IB year 1. First, you pick a topic for your EE, like Science for example. Then you formulate a research question and using a method, you answer the question! My school gave us a guide to doing the EE. You might be able to find that online too.

    And yes, you could do the sports idea, it would most likely be related to Sociology, which is an IB course. However, it is generally advised to do your EE on a course you are taking.
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    I'm doing my EE on physics (and this isn't my final title):
    "Construction and investigation determining the optimal peripheral velocity of an overshot waterwheel to yield maximum efficiency under given conditions".

    Yes?No?
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    Mine's on English A1 HL: "Portrayal of religion in Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte" - but it's still a bit unfocused. Anyone have any ideas on how to narrow it down a bit?
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    (Original post by iron_appendages100)
    Mine's on English A1 HL: "Portrayal of religion in Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte" - but it's still a bit unfocused. Anyone have any ideas on how to narrow it down a bit?
    isn't that already narrowed down? if u are focusing religion on just one book, then it is fine. one of my friend is doing the same topic except its a little different.
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    I was wondering if someone could help me find a topic for my EE. I'm doing psychology. I was thinking of doing something about dreams maybe? Other people have said that sleep and stress are easy topics. What about the whole 'nature vs. nurture' debate? (Which affects human behavior the most, biology or environment?) It seems like that would be a fairly easy topic, but I'm wondering if it's too general.
 
 
 

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