The EE Explained | A Quick Video Guide

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What is the extended essay? How do students and teachers undertake this mammoth project?  If you’ve ever asked yourself these questions, watch this video to unpack the essential elements of the extended essay. 

As an in-depth, independent investigation into a topic of their choice, the extended essay is a crucial step toward students’ preparation for undergraduate studies. Get insights into how the extended essay is valuable for students, and gain a thorough understanding of its structure and assessment. As a coordinator, you will also gain insights into different ways to support supervisors and students in this extended essay journey. 

What you’ll learn:

  • What does an extended essay entail
  • Structure and assessment of the extended essay
  • How to build timelines for the extended essay

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