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    Hi, guys! I want to do my EE in Physics but unfortunately my school doesn't offer IB Physics, so we don't actually have an IB Physics teacher. I do however have regular physics lessons with one of the non-IB teachers at my school. Would it be possible to have him as my EE Mentor?
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    (Original post by Arnaas12)
    Hi, guys! I want to do my EE in Physics but unfortunately my school doesn't offer IB Physics, so we don't actually have an IB Physics teacher. I do however have regular physics lessons with one of the non-IB teachers at my school. Would it be possible to have him as my EE Mentor?
    From my understanding, you cant have a non-school tutor to be your EE supervisor. They have to be your school teachers. I think you would be getting a school teacher that has some interest in Physics (or has some knowledge on the topic).. if there is no physics teacher. For ex: one person at my school wanted to do psychology but our school doesn't offer a course, so a chemistry teacher that had a bit knowledge on pyschology took the place.
 
 
 
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