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03 May, 2019

Congratulations Northbridge Grade 12 on an amazing year and best of luck on your IB examinations

Congratulations Northbridge Grade 12 on an amazing year and best of luck on your IB examinations The Individuals and Societies Department at Northbridge International School Cambodia would like to congratulate our Grade 12 students on all of their hard work during this final year of high school. You have pushed yourselves hard to reach this point in your education, and you should be very proud of the successes that you have already accomplished.

The Individuals and Societies Department at Northbridge International School Cambodia would like to congratulate our Grade 12 students on all of their hard work during this final year of high school. You have pushed yourselves hard to reach this point in your education, and you should be very proud of the successes that you have already accomplished.

However, we know you have one more major hurdle to clear before you can finally relax (for a bit), and that is sitting for your IB Examinations.

Your I&S teachers want to wish you good luck on your exams. We know the educators at Northbridge have done everything in their power to prepare you for the next few weeks of testing, but now it is up to you to cross the finish line.

There is a lot on the internet about the best strategies to use when tackling exam weeks. We would like to share with you one of the better resources to help guide your preparations.

This link will take you to a blog on the official IB website. It is from an actual IB graduate who reflects on the path she took to succeed at her IB Exams.

The most striking and important recommendation that she makes is for IB students to reduce their time spent on technology when getting ready for the exams and during the exam weeks.

This may be difficult for you, but by staying away from technology during your time studying will allow you to maximize your review.

Staying away from technology between exams will help you to focus on yourself and take care of your physical and emotional needs throughout your testing experience.

Please take the time to read this blog, and then try to put in place some of the author’s recommendations. You will not regret it.

Once again, congratulations and good luck!