We had a brainstorming session, concluded a research direction, and then I made a deep analysis on the theme. The paper is divided into several parts, rather than a lecture with 4000 words. After that, the writing process went very smoothly. I often stayed up until 4 o 'clock to improve my ideas and examples due to bursts of inspiration and forgot to eat and sleep.
After that, I found that writing a paper is a process of exploring the issues that I am really interested in. I choose my own subject topics, put forward hypotheses, collected data, completed argumentats and solved problems. Such an autonomous learning process relates to the learning mode of universities. We no longer finish the homework assigned by teachers step by step. The most important thing is that I learn to think independently and solve problems. IB makes me become a lifelong learnerwho really loves academic research and makes improvements.
It is said IB is difficult. But in fact, if you master the right learning methods, you can overcome it completely. During the process, you will not only gain learning results, but also form good learning habits, especially time management. We often must write a lot of papers and it takes a lot of time for students who are trying to write a long paper for the first time, so it is very important to give yourself enough time to prepare and use the fragmented time to complete the course.
Three years ago, I was scared and timid with no courage to make a speech.
Three years later, I will take the initiative to join the speech activity, drama club, music and public performances. With the encouragement from my teachers and classmates, I beat the inner fear of standing under spotlights and broke free of chains. As I become open-minded, I would prefer to put forward my own ideas, explore with my classmates, and collect data to an argument...
The three-year learning at NACIS changed the course of my life. In August, I will leave for George Washington University to start my college life, but I will remember the support from NACIS forever which contributes to a brand-new Evian.