To what extent can I regret this decision?


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This page is under construction.

After feeling so confused and misguided during the past two years of my time in the IB Diploma Program(me), I've decided to make a page on my website dedicated to IB. It has got to be worth something, right?

I'm kidding. IB was pretty okay, I was just a bad student. If anything, I'm making this guide so that other people don't make the same mistakes I did.

stuff I tested in

GroupSubjectLevelInternal Assessment TopicFocus/option chosen (if applicable)
1EnglishHLLit essay: Waiting for Godot; IOC: Seamus Heaney and Macbethon paper 2 we did drama
2FrenchSLthe European Migrant Crisisno
3HistoryHLSoviet Feminism (hint: it's not real)idk communism???
4Computer ScienceHLDatabases for an FRC scouting systemOption D (OOP)
5MathematicsHLGaussian blurs/image processingCalculus (against our will)
6Visual ArtsSLliterally what is this subjectwhat
-EE-(Essay topic) Calculators and Trig FunctionsMath
-TOK-literally can't rememberEssay Title 4: "Without application in the world, the value of knowledge is greatly diminished." Consider this claim with respect to two areas of knowledge.

IB Computer Science Material

I self-studied IB CS, which was a bit of a pain considering that I only started doing so during my senior year and that the curiculum had recently changed. Anyway here's a bunch of resources I found useful. IB-made documents are marked.


Disclaimer!!
The documents below are being used for educational purposes only, and I do not intend to make any money off of them. With that being said, I do not own all of them and I intend no harm in using them. At the request of their owners, I will remove them. Send a request.

~~Official ~~~ Documents

Websites that helped me

Websites that didn't really help me

Websites I didn't hear about until after testing

I do not know much about these sites.


Stuff organized by topic

  1. System fundamentals
    • under
    • construction
  2. Computer Organization
  3. Networks
  4. Computational Thinking
  5. Resource Management
  6. Abstract Data Structures
  7. OOP
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