Given here is an array of samples of how we have provided consultation for all different kinds of assessments to previous DP students from around the world over the years. Feel free to scroll through the various samples and click on any image to zoom in for a larger view.

Extended Essays (by subject)

  • All figures and data tables need to be labeled properly to enable easy cross-referencing within the body of the essay. EE - 1
  • This student has been advised on how to reduce word count as well as on how he can improve the overall presentation of his essay's content. EE - 4
  • This student has been advised on how he can simplify his sentences, improve punctuation and rearrange some content to refine the overall content. EE - Common Mistakes - 1
  • One has to be consistent with indentation and inserting relevant footnotes in the required places to maintain good formal presentation. EE - 3
  • It is important to use appropriate terminology and tense while writing an academic paper such as an Extended Essay. EE - 1

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TOK Essays

  • It is crucial to define TOK terms first, and then apply the various ways of knowing to distinguish between personal and common knowledge.TOK - Common Mistake - 3
  • This student has been advised on how to relate examples and arguments, as well as the importance of a strong conclusion. TOK - 1
  • It is crucial to define TOK terms first, and then apply the various ways of knowing to distinguish between personal and common knowledge.TOK - Common Mistake - 3
  • As in any other subjective assignment. the strength of a persuasive paper needs to be reinforced through a thoughtful conclusion.TOK - Common Mistake - 1
  • All knowledge claims need to be backed up appropriately with research and individual reasoning.TOK - 4
  • At the end of the draft, comments have been provided to help the student understand the ramifications of problems within the draft, thereby giving him a glimpse of the bigger picture. TOK - 3

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English Literature: Written Assignment

  • Constructive tips have been given to help the student reorganize content within his draft to improve overall flow and coherence.Written Assignment - General
  • Here, constructive tips have been given on how the student can conclude his assignment on a strong note by tying up all loose ends within his draft.WLP - 3
  • Guiding questions have been provided to allow this student to recognize the missing aspects in an otherwise strong argument.WLP - 2
  • Suggestions have been provided to allow this student to recognize the missing aspects in otherwise strong arguments.Written Assignment - General - 2
  • Besides being given some tips on improving structure, this student is being explained on how and why his comparisons can be improved. WLP - 1

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English Language & Literature Written Task

  • It is important to conduct research properly and cite the sources, regardless of whether one is paraphrasing or using direct quotations, else it counts as plagiarism. Written Task - Common Mistakes - 3
  • This student was going off-track, and advice was given on how to improve his rationale as well as to adhere to the grading criteria. WT - 3
  • Here, constructive criticism is being used to guide the student towards writing a better, more politically correct introduction. WT - 2
  • It is important to conduct research properly before making assumptions, since inappropriate knowledge claims not only undermine one's own intent, but they also affect the examiner's understanding. WT - 1
  • Students often overlook the importance of choosing appropriate words and sentence structure and how it affects their content. Written Task - Common Mistake - 1
  • It is very easy for students to go off track or overlook content organization and structure when they write about emotionally sensitive topics.Written Task - Common Mistakes - 2

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Business & Management

  • Here, the student has been advised to add a little more qualitative detail within his design to explain WHY this study was conducted in the first place. BM - 2
  • It is imperative to know when a particular chunk of text needs to be incorporated within the body of the essay or used as a footnote. BM - 3
  • This student has been advised on how and why he should use specific terms to prevent ambiguity and maintain his focus. BM - 1
  • Sometimes, the student's own questions and reasons are unclear from the beginning, which greatly affect the overall assignment. BM - Common Mistake - 3
  • When the data presented within a chart is unclear, it is imperative to provide a simple but meaningful explanation in words. BM - Common Mistake - 2
  • Students often spend more time working on the visual appeal of a chart rather than on the textual content within, which is more important. BM Common Mistake - 1

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History

  • Very often, students will use many different terms to refer to the same thing in different parts of the assignment, which, although refreshing to read, is quite distracting. History - Common Mistake - 1
  • While forming opinions, many students often put in content that is either contradictory or redundant in Section C. History - Common Mistakes - 3
  • In keeping with the requirements of Section A, this student has been advised on keeping his topic focused from the beginning. History - Common Mistakes - 2
  • This student has been advised strongly to use appropriate citations - the sources cited as well as the format of citations. Hist - 3
  • Here, advice has been given on how arguments can be clarified and contradictory information can be removed. Hist - 1
  • In keeping with the requirements of Section A, this student has been advised on keeping his topic focused from the beginning. Hist - 2

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Economics

  • While it is good to define terms and use them, it is equally important to link them with the existing occurrences within the commentary.Econ - Common Mistakes - 1
  • This student is being advised on how to improve the quality of his diagram, both, visually and in terms of content and labels. Econ - 1
  • It is imperative to link observations and conclusions from case studies with the relevant aspects of economic theory. Econ - 4
  • Here, some general tips and pointers are given on how the student can greatly improve the quality of existing content through some minor modifications and additions. Econ - 3
  • Though students can identify concepts, they often forget to link their observations and understanding with relevant theoretical aspects. Econ - Common Mistakes - 2
  • Superficial analyses and insufficient research are very often the reason behind unsuccessful commentaries. Econ - Common Mistakes - 3

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Science Lab Reports

  • This student is being advised on how to improve his approach by focusing on ONE research question, thereby minimizing the number of variables. Lab - 1
  • Here, feedback is being given to bring this student back on track - there was little or no connection between data processing, observations and the conclusion provided. Lab - 2
  • Students often overlook many aspects of data processing such as having consistent significant figures, units of measurement, uncertainties and their implications, etc. Lab - 3
  • Here, advice is being given on HOW and WHY significant figures and an appropriate format should be used for all formal lab reports. Lab - 4
  • Here, the student is being advised on how to improve the overall design of the experiment by incorporating better statistical analysis, units and variables.Labs - Common Mistake - 2

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Math Explorations

  • This student was advised on how to streamline their diagrams and improve data presentation. Math 1
  • Here the student was coached to include the necessary rationale for their methodology in the introduction. Math 2
  • We helped this student better satisfy the assignment criteria and word count by removing unnecessary sections. Math 3
  • Mathematical notations, equations and terminology should be easily distinguished from the rest of the content. Math 4
  • Re-focusing this conclusion on the math context helped make the recommendations stronger. Math 5

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Geography IA

  • This student has been advised on how to clarify the rationale behind his investigation within the introduction. Geog 1
  • It is necessary to provide the right amount of information in the right place for every image or diagram used. Geog 2
  • For data analysis to be relevant, students need to account for uncertainties in measurements and their ramifications.Geog 3

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