Despite the subject itself being considerably easier, a correct answer for the student may not necessarily be correct in examiners’ point of view.
In comparison to IB Economics, IB Business gives you a foundation of knowledge and understanding for each of the five units covered.
It deals with matters within firms, and you will find yourself learning practical knowledge through case studies.
Students tend to build their knowledge in IB Business more efficiently than in IB Economics, as much of the information actually revolves around daily living, allowing students to draw comparisons.
IB Business focuses more on analysis, writing style, and case studies.
I’ll pick up the thread next time with the issue of how to meet the criteria and get your marks.
Note that in using examples, I will take great care to use articles that are older than two years in order to avoid them being “re-written” and submitted to your teachers. This is a word-for-word translation.) Here are a few additional avuncular titbits I have slapped previous pupils in the face with over the years upon returning their scripts: 1.…but were afraid to ask and/or simply haven’t been told.People, we are talking about 20% of your total IB grade in economics here.If you need help with practicing your technique for IB Economics, check out the Economics side of .I’ve got some stuff on there you might find helpful.Arguably, IB Economics may be an easier way to score good points, mainly because there are more definite and objective exam answers.IB Business and Business Management in general include a certain degree of subjectivity in marking exam answers.It would seem to me that your opportunity costs are quite negligible in putting in a few hours in writing good Internal Assessment (IA) commentaries. Nor is it the “Complete and Unabridged Guide to Getting an IA Grade 7”.The former comes from Box-Ticking Administrators and the latter from publishing houses in America.Did I mention that you should read the rules and IB marking criteria? As for methodology in terms of handing-in and getting feedback, that is left to your school, IB coordinator and teacher.I have written about this in the Teacher Blog for Economics here on the OSC website.