See the previous cheat sheet for Midterm 1 in Introductory Statistics–it might be helpful if the initial chapters are too condensed in this cheat sheet. Statistics Midterm 2 Sheet (docx) Statistics Midterm 2 Sheet (PDF) As promised, here is my cheat sheet for my second introductory statistics midterm. It’s a bit more condensed than the [...Read more...]
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This was the essay that I wrote for my Individual Oral Presentation (IOP) in IB English HL (might also be called Interactive Oral Presentation?). It was for the short story “Exiled” by Shizuye Takashima. It is approximately 2000 words. I read this in about 12-13 minutes, which left me a couple of minutes to answer questions [...Read more...]
Good luck to May 2012 IB students! Just a quick post: I came across a wonderful English teacher’s website that has many resources and sample papers for IB English Paper 1 and Paper 2, for both HL and SL. If you click on Paper 1 or Paper 2 on the left side of his website, you [...Read more...]
For the next cheat sheet in this series, visit the introductory statistics midterm 2 cheat sheet page. Introductory Statistics Midterm 1 Sheet (PDF) Introductory Statistics Midterm 1 Sheet (docx) This cheat sheet was for my first introductory statistics midterm. We were allowed to bring 1 page, double-sided (‘cheat sheet’) into the exam with any formula, [...Read more...]
Macroeconomics Final Sheet (PDF) Macroeconomics Final Sheet (docx) For my introductory macroeconomics final, we were allowed to bring in 4 pages of formulas and definition (‘cheat sheet’) for our final exam. The class was for Canadian macroeconomics, so there may be references and allusions to unfamiliar institutions. I’m not sure if you’ll find it helpful [...Read more...]
To IB or not to IB, that is the question I hope everyone is studying for their IB exams next month! Whilst you’re studying, here are some links that you might find helpful/interesting: Mr Simon Porter has a list of IB physics past papers and mark schemes from 2007-2010 for multiple timezones in SL and HL. [...Read more...]
Here are some basic notes on the Aggregate Demand-Aggregate Supply (AD-AS) model. Once I’m finished my Introductory Macroeconomics courses, I plan on posting some more economics notes. Thanks to Taras for supplying the notes. The AD-AS model tries to predict & explain fluctuations in aggregate economic activity and inflation It works well in situations of [...Read more...]