I know, the TOK paper was like talking yourself in circles. Once I got that you really weren't trying to prove anything, they became a bit less stressful to write.
That would have been very nice. It's the anticipation that's killer. I just want to know so I can leave IB behind me. =P
I took four years of spanish, but I never really got the speaking part down. I could read and write pretty well. I'm taking italian in college, so I think my small knowledge of spanish will help me out in that class. You?
I was incredibly lucky with the teachers I got, and yeah, TOK would've been horrible with a bad teacher. =(
I have my doubts. My extended essay and TOK prescribed title papers were okay, and I already have a 3 and a 4... so I'm not sure. I highly doubt it though. I find out sometime soon... when do you find out?
I always liked TOK, but my friends took it very personally. I think TOK was the best class I took in all of high school, but I had an excellent teacher. Sorry about your's, but I can understand. My english teacher would shop online while we would have discussions over books. Sometimes she would forget what book we were reading. =P
I had a good teacher for math, so it wasn't as bad as it could have been. Best part about it is that I'm taking calc in my first semester of college, and I've technically already taken the course. I'm just not excited to see the IB test scores in July... >_<
IB therapy is definitely needed... and it should be scheduled everyday right after Theory of Knowledge. =P
I know exactly how you feel, I took HL math and I was at the point where I didn't care anymore by the time I got to the options part. So I answered half of two questions and drew pictures for the rest. =P