Examinations are challenging, and the more prepared you can be the better. This post will provide answers to FAQs from students about IB Psychology External Assessment. Short Answer Questions Do I need to structure my answer? While there is no prescribed structure for...
As a teacher of IB Psychology for over 20 years I have marked hundreds of essays. The best essays explicitly state an argument in the introduction, develop that argument with reference to research in the body of the essay, and then reflect on the argument in the...
In a previous post, the guidance provided by IB about External Assessment was highlighted. Attention now shifts to Internal Assessment. This report provides valuable insights into how your IA will be graded. The subject report noted that most reports were based on...
The study of abnormal behaviour has a long and tragic history. People who have a mental disorder were seen as possessed by evil spirits that needed to be driven out by whatever means. A more humane approach developed in the 18th and 19th centuries and mental illness...
Each year, following the May and November examination sessions, the IB publishes a subject report. This report provides the grade boundaries for all components of the course, as well as a review of candidate performance on each examination question. It also provides...
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