I don’t want to wear a tacky white robe to my graduation just because I’m in IB. I like that all of the seniors, graduating from the same school, having been in the same environment every day (regardless of being in different classes), will wear the same robes on Graduation Day.
I don’t think our IB program is overlooked, because I don’t believe special attention should be drawn to it. It’s a personal challenge, and we all know what each other is dealing with, but that doesn’t mean we need to be regarded as some super group all the time.
No one has to point out how we IB students assume leadership roles and are involved in many activities and are well-rounded individuals for each of us to be who we are.
Just carry on doing what you do that works for you, and stop waiting for an authority figure to put a special label on you.
and be sure to tell your friends.
The last thing I need right now is your irrelevant reading assignments.
Just choose it as your Extended Essay topic. -_-
After all the research, you’ll known way more about one thing than you ever wanted to.
I didn’t hate you tonight.
You were actually kinda cool.
Well, “cool” might be pushing it, but you get my point.
IB has a way of making time just pass, so when you stop and take a look around, the holiday season has arrived and there’s only a week left to get gifts together for your loved ones.
Or at least, that is where I am placing the blame for the fact that it is December 14th, I realize I have to think of gifts, and yet my mind has only been able to focus on a French project, calculus quizzes/tests, APUSH tests, an English “writing assignment”, and criterions in ITGS for the past few weeks.
Need to do:
Want to do:
I’m on an infinite loop of homework.
Finally, after two good days worth of effort, I have completed my (first of many) IB research papers.
This is a dual accomplishment, because not only did I finish, but
I finished by 5pm, like I promised myself I would.
I feel much better now. And I’m not unhappy with how my paper turned out either.