I’m part of the team that has been developing an IB revision app for iPhone for Lanterna Education. Its called: Lanterna Education: IB Rescue. The app covers 5 courses (Economics, Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Mathematics) and has almost 5000 Multiple Choice Questions, over 850 Definition Flashcards as well as over 115 videos to help get you guys the grades you want and need. It’s free to download and you can purchase specific content from within the app - we have strived to make the content both cheap and accessible. With this app on your phone, waiting for your coffee, your bus or your class to start all just became academic mini-endeavours! Procrastination begone!
I hope you all take the chance to check out Lanterna Education: IB Rescue for free and that you’ll find it useful in your revision. Please email me if you have any questions!
All the best
I’m pretty sure you’ve noticed this blog has been pretty unactive…. We’re kinda both in college now :P
So if anyone wants to take over message me :P
be-u-ty asked: So my dad is thinking about sending me to an IB school in Spain, although I know its an amazing opportunity I have a hard time getting through 1 AP class. Should I tell him that I can't handle IB? Or do you think that I could survive it? Judging by the blogs I've seen written by IB students it looks like torture..
Well there is a difference between ib and ap…
Sometimes teachers in either class are super hard on you… and that’s what makes the course so hard…
But I would tell your dad that… he should understand… if you’re not gonna be all in it you’re not going to do well. Haha that’s what happened to me xP
Haha us ib blogs tend to over dramaticize it but its a lot to get used to…
Anonymous asked: I have a question! I read somewhere online that CAS hours are like 3-4 hours a week, is that just a suggestion to ensure that hours can get completed? I mean, what if I go on vacation? Can I do more hours later or before to compensate?? Thanks a lot, I'm starting IB this fall and am so confused!!
haha no problem! i am here for you :)
It’s a suggestion… Usually there’s no way to check for sure that you’re doing these hours besides the forms that your supervisor for said CAS hours signs… And all those say is the signature and what you did basically.
Some schools/coordinators may check if you are doing them every period of such time.
My greatest suggestion is to just do them and get them over with as soon as possible, so you have time for other stuff later :)
Thought i’d share!!
haha its pretty good, check it out :)
IT’S ALL OVER… Now to wait for results :P