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    If i get a 37 in my year 1 annual exams and i study twice of how much i did for year2, is it possible for me to score a 42.

    Thats my target.

    Please share your views.
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    It's impossible to say studying twice as much = achieving 42 points because it varies between people, but I'm sure if you work hard and keep focused, not over-working either, you can achieve your goal! The year 1 exams will most likely have not included much of the harder, HL material though. Just keep it in mind that it's not only the studying that gets you the points; the coursework in IB is key to you getting high final grades.

    Also, the 2nd year of IB is pretty much incomparable to the 1st year - coursework, university applications, deadlines and exams are a whole different ball game to the 1st year! My tip would be to sustain a solid work ethic throughout year 1 and 2 and just keep going - before you know it, the exams will arrive
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    I got 33 at the end of my first year and 44 is my final grade.

    My secret: constantly doing past papers and making notes from them, relaxing and enjoying school life a bit more and rewriting notes in my spare time into coloured nice to look at easy to digest information sheets.
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    Thank you so much all.
    This will only motivate me to work harder and get a remarkable result in my YEAR 2 IB.
 
 
 

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