The International Baccalaureate isn’t a walk in the park. The IB isn’t your standard high school curriculum.
The IB is challenging.
I know this for a fact because I, too, completed the IB in 2014.
I’m Jackson Huang. This blog is all about how to do well in IB, getting the best IB result that you can, and reaching your academic potential. Sharing the Idea is an online resource that I created to help IB students around the world by answering the burning questions that I had when I was a student:
- How much time should I study?
- How can I move from a 6 to a 7?
- Should I do Maths SL or HL?
- How do I choose a good topic for EE?
- How do I get started on my TOK Essay?
- How can I beat exam stress?
- What is an Anticipated subject?
- How do I do well in IB?
Ask questions in the IB forum and I will personally respond to them. Good luck with your academic journey!
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