Expectations from the International Baccalaureate Program The International Baccalaureate Program is a two-year program for high school students who are aged sixteen to nineteen years of age. The program not only helps us be successful in university, but it also helps us be successful in life. I expect the International Baccalaureate Program to expand my knowledge in several fields. I chose to take half IB. In English Language and Literature, I expect not only to read books and work on grammar, but I expect to understand the way each author wrote in different ways and how their cultures influenced them to write in those ways. In Chemistry, I expect to conduct many interesting experiments and understand the reason and how chemicals and elements interact with each other the way they do. Finally, in Mathematics Standard Level I expect to be introduced to a wider range of topics, mathematical problems, functions, and etcetera. I surely do expect the International Baccalaureate Program to be challenging, but I have to face my challenges. Because in life, you will eventually face many challenges and you simply can't run away from them. I expect some late nights where I'm still working at two o'clock am because of not being able to solve a complicated problem. I also expect times where I’ll have many assignments or projects all due on the same or the next day. Lastly, my expectation which I really don't want to come upon is some complicated tests where I don’t achieve a good enough grade on.
While taking the International Baccalaureate Program, I expect it to help me be better at managing my time. I’m usually a mess at time management, and my aim this year while taking the International Baccalaureate Program is to be a good time manager. It will be beneficial while taking the International Baccalaureate Program since I will have more work to do than usual. Plus, I wouldn't want to turn in late assignments or stay up until late at night working!...
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