IB Mock Exams: Good Practice and Absolute Torture

by Adrianna Carter Last week a large crowds of students could be seen outside of the MPR throughout the day. Signs asked passerby to be quiet. The reason: Mock Exams. Every year in March, the seniors sit a condensed version of the IB Exams, dubbed “Mocks.” According to Mr. Beach, the IBDP Coordinator, the Mocks give students the chance to experience writing the exams in … Continue reading IB Mock Exams: Good Practice and Absolute Torture

Grade 11 Investigates Some Seriously Chocolatey Science

by Jeong Bin Lee On Tuesday, March 21, the 11th grade complete their group IV science project; this year’s students solemnly investigated the various physical, chemical, and rheological properties of chocolate. There were numerous groups, each holding a distinct goal and a thesis. Amy Oh’s group determined to look at how cocoa affects heart rate and blood pressure. “To do this we had 3 participants … Continue reading Grade 11 Investigates Some Seriously Chocolatey Science