How to handle disappointing IBDP grades?

Coping with the letdown of achieving a lower grade than anticipated in your IB exams can be both frustrating and disheartening, especially after dedicating two years of hard work.
If you feel that your IB exam score does not accurately reflect your efforts, there are several avenues to explore before giving up.

Within the IBDP, students must compose an extended essay reflection, constituting 17.6% of the overall assessment and weighing 6 out of 35 marks within the extended essay criteria. 

The Extended Essay (EE) constitutes a vital aspect of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). 

One of the most important elements of the IB diploma program is the Extended Essay. Students are required to put in their absolute efforts when writing their EE reflections to make them unique.

In IBDP, students are required to write an extended essay reflection worth 17.6% which weighs 6 marks out of 35 marks of the total extended essay criteria.

The Extended Essay (EE) is a critical component of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).

Most students who study history find it to be a fascinating subject and like finding interesting tidbits here and there.

The Extended Essay and Internal Assessment are required components of the IB Diploma Programme (DP) for high school students worldwide.

What exactly is an Extended Essay?

The EE is simple, not easy, to be clear.

An extended essay can be one of the most stressful assignments that an IB student has to complete in their two years at school.

Congratulations on finishing a full draft of your Extended Essay

The essay's structure is really essential. It aids students in organizing their arguments and making the most of the evidence gathered.

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