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How do you write a 15 marker in economics IB?

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How do you answer IB Economics Paper 1?

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How do you write a 10 marker in economics?

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How do you get 7 in IB economics?

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Can I self study IB?

its possible to self study and learn a topic/subject on your own for sure but if its not part of the subjects u take u cant take the exam for it thus wont count towards your IB points.

Is IB Economics HL hard?

IB economics is not a hard class content wise. However, the exams require you to have an extremely in-depth understanding of the material for full credit ( aka a decent grade). But, on the bright side, HL economics will prepare for the style of questions in college.

Which is harder IB or SAT?

Overall, I believe that the IB course is more difficult since it requires competence in a particular subject while the SAT/ACT tests are basic knowledge. You can probably score well on either of those tests with a few weeks of dedicated practice.

Is a 5 on IB test good?

AP grades on a 1 to 5 scale, while IB mostly uses a 1 to 7 range. But AP and IB exams are scored using a numerical score, with 5 and 7 being the best score students can receive.

Is 3 a passing grade in IB SL?

You must take at least three classes at the Higher Level (HL); this means studying for a total of 250 hours. The rest of your classes will be taken at the Standard Level (SL), which entails 150 hours of studying. Each class culminates in an exam, which is graded on a scale of 1-7, with a 4 considered passing.

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