You do not need to be studying this subject in your diploma.
Art/Design Biology Business & Management Chemistry Classical Languages Computer Science Dossier Design Technology Economics Environmental Systems& Society Geography History ITGS (information technology in a global society) Mathematics Music Peace & Conflict Studies Philosophy Physics Politics Psychology Social Anthropology Theatre Arts Visual Arts World Religion The Length of the Extended Essay: The upper limit is 4000 words and essays should be at least 3500 words.
At standard level, candidates complete at least three written tasks, one of which is submitted for external assessment.
At higher level, candidates complete at least four written tasks, two of which are submitted for external assessment.
Although there is possibility of any topic but some of the topics are listed here; pascal"s triangle and fibonacci sequence, modelling musical chords, prisoner"s dilemma, water surface area in a tilted clyinder, road traffic flow and running late, tower of honoi, etc.
Please contact us for further enquiry At the core of the IB Diploma lies the Theory of Knowledge (To K) course.Emphasis is Placed on the process of engaging in personal research, on the communication of ideas and information in a logical and coherent manner, and on the overall presentation of the extended essay in compliance with these guidelines.Your extended essay topic must fall under one of the subjects listed below.The content of each task must relate to a different part of the course.Written tasks: SL and HL task 1 Once candidates have decided on their area of study and their particular title, they are free to produce any text type that is appropriate to the task.Caution should be exercised with information found on websites that do not give references or that cannot be cross-checked against other sources.The more important a particular point is to the essay, the more the quality of its source needs to be evaluated.Ultimately, the IB To K course is assessed by two components: - An essay of 1200-1600 words, written on a title chosen from a list of six offered by the IB.Here are the prescribed TOK essay titles November 2019. "In the acquisition of knowledge, the responsibility for accuracy lies with the user not the producer." Discuss this claim with reference to two areas of knowledge. "Each human being is unique, unprecedented, unrepeatable" (René Dubos). Does this fact undermine our confidence in current shared knowledge? To produce knowledge just observe and then write down what you observe.For every subject, it is important to ask what knowledge is and how it is acquired.In that sense To K is the glue that binds the different academic components of the IB Diploma together.