5 Thoughts Before Mock Exams

Our student bloggers are invited to write in their own words and to hold nothing back –we promise we won’t edit them. Read Farah Walter's blog on 5 thoughts before mock exams on our From Students to Students blog:

  

Dear Readers, 

It is the time of year again when mock exams take its toll on IB students. Depending on what grade you are in, you have...

10 Resolutions for 2017

 

Our student bloggers are invited to write in their own words and to hold nothing back –we promise we won’t edit them. Read Farah Walter's 10 resolutions for 2017 on our From Students to Students blog:

 

I deeply regret to state that Christmas break is over, and stress as well as examinations are reintroduced. After spending two weeks being able to shed from my everyday routine, I was able to formulate 10 New Year’s resolutions. Similarly to every year, 2017 should be a fresh start, where schoolwork and grades are at the top of my priorities. However, usually these intentions are quickly abandoned and replaced with an “I’ll do it later” or “I just won’t do it at all”. Nevertheless, I present to you my soon regretful intentions for the New Year:

How to deal with IB Graduation as a Younger Student

 

Please be aware that cruelty and dark humor will pick up as you continue reading. Readers’ discretion is advised:

  1. Do not begrudge! There’s no point in envy. Let them enjoy their success and use it as motivation and inspiration for the time remaining until your big day arrives! By then, they will most likely be occupied with work or studying and your roles will switch...and actually, they should be envious of you. The IB will most likely be one of the best times of your life. It’s a dynamic and versatile program and if you really want to show those graduates, then the best way to do it is by making much better use of your time during the IB, than they did.