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IB Spanish HL

staffofmoonlitestaffofmoonlite Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
Hi Guys!

I know this is the AP Thread, but I'm not too sure as to where any IB threads are, so if there is one, feel free to move it there.

So due to a stupid schedule conflict, I'm stuck in an independent self-study period for IB Spanish HL. Second semester, I'll be able to switch back in.

Anyways, I'm just curious as to how I should prepare. My teachers are less than helpful, and actually almost complain when I ask them to look over something.

I'm taking practice IB Spanish Higher Level tests (currently with a dictionary, and I'll start weening...)

But what else can I do to prepare? Thanks so much guys! : )
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