Extended Essay Class of 2022: Home
- Exemplar Essays
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- Choose a Subject Area
- Choose a Topic
- Developing a Research Question
- Check-In Session #1: Due 12/9/20
- Check-In #2 due 1/21/21
- Check-In #3: Research Proposal (Meet with supervisor by 2/18, proposal due 2/23), Reflection #1 (2/23)
- Check-in #4 Outline, working bibliography, draft of introduction due 3/23/21
- NoodleTools & Citing Sources
- Check-in #5 Preliminary Draft
- Interim (Second) Reflection Due 10/1/21
- Final Draft Due 10/28/21
- Final Submission due 11/19/21
- Last Steps! Viva Voce and Final Written Reflection
IB Extended Essay Guide
- Extended Essay Guide PDF Version This document contains all of the information you will need for the Extended Essay.
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- Assessment Criteria Note that in addition to the general assessment criteria, each IB subject has specific interpretations of the criteria. See "Subject Guides" on this page.
- Unpacking the Criteria
- NEW Handout -- Unpacking the Criteria with Advice for Students
- About the 4000 Word Count
- Effective Citing and Referencing
- Academic Honesty Guide
- Ethical Guidelines
- How to Read a Journal Article
- Getting Started On Your Extended Essay
- Exemplar Essay
- RPPF for Exemplar Essay
- Marks by Criteria for Exemplar Essay
- Slide Presentation -- Introduction
- Examiner Subject Reports After reading student essays, IB examiners from individual subject areas compile a report of strengths and weaknesses they've observed. Reading these reports can help you avoid common mistakes and come to a better understanding of what makes a good extended essay.
- Examiners Report -- General Overview 2018
Twelve Steps to Writing the Essay
- Twelve Steps to Writing Your Essay This document from IB takes you step-by-step through writing your essay.
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Extended Essay Guide: Criteria, Format, Sample EEs
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The Assessment Crtiteria in Detail!
- Criterion A: Focus and method
- Criterion B: Knowledge and understanding
- Criterion C: Critical Thinking
- Criterion D: Presentation
- Criterion E: Engagement
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- Criterion C: Critical thinking
Notes from the IB
RE: Research Question and Title of Extended Essay
Please note the statement below from the EE curriculum manager regarding the need to have both a title and a RQ for all subjects. Previous versions of the EE Guide indicated that the title and the RQ should be the same for History, Business Management and Mathematics. This is no longer the case. All essays, regardless of the subject, need to have both a RQ and a title.
To answer your question, I am going to quote directly from a response John Royce provided, on this forum, in October in response to a very similar question: (it was a question about using Spanish sources - hence the mention of Spanish)
It is certainly permissible to use sources which are not in the language of the essay, but translation into the target language is required , one cannot assume that the reader understands the original language.
It is usual to quote the original as well as presenting the translation. [Do not put quotation marks around your translation, just around the original]
Umberto Eco argues ("in Mouse or rat?") that direct translation may lose meaning, paraphrase or use of different idioms may be required to get the ideas across. Paul Bellos ("Is that a fish in your ear?") makes a similar argument - direct translation may confound meaning... Direct translation may not be ideal - meaning and understanding are preferred - so, not to worry that your student with her good Spanish cannot present a direct translation.
What must be made clear is that the translations are those of the student; these are her understandings. Readers can make of that what they will - and if unsure, are presented with the original - they can seek another translation. A note in the acknowledgements and/or in the introduction to the effect that all translations are those of the writer is ... essential.
In response to the question about the Bibliography/Works cited, my preference would be to list the source in its original Thai version, but perhaps with the English in brackets, to help the examiner.
Your bibliography will have the entries in Thai characters first in the document. Any in-text citation to Thai sources will be in (Thai characters [English translation]).
Citation in Thai [English translation]
Works Cited Example:
วงษ์ปัญญา, ธนกร [Wongpunya, Thanakorn]. “โรงงานยาสูบรวยแค่ไหน และเอาเงินไปทำอะไรบ้าง.” [How rich is the Thailand Tobacco Monopoly and where does the money go?] (candidate translation). The Standard, The Standard, 30 Aug. 2018, thestandard.co/thailand-tobacco-monopoly/.
Format of the Extended Essay
The extended essay should be written in a clear, correct and formal academic style, appropriate to the subject from which the topic is drawn. Given that the extended essay is a formally written research paper, it should strive to maintain a professional, academic look.
To help achieve this, the following formatting is required:
- 12-point, readable font (Calibri or Times New Roman);
- double spacing throughout entire Essay;
- page numbering - top right corner;
- no candidate or school name or supervisor name on the title page or page headers.
Submitting the extended essay in the required format will help set the tone of the essay and will aid readability for on-screen assessment by examiners.
Required S tructure
The structure of the essay is very important. It helps students to organize the argument, making the best use of the evidence collected.
There are six required elements of the final work to be submitted. More details about each element are given in the “Presentation” section. Please note that the order in which these elements are presented here is not necessarily the order in which they should be written.
Six required elements of the extended essay:
- Contents page
- Body of the essay
- References and bibliography -- if MLA "Works Cited" if CSE "References"
1. Required Title Page
The title page should include only the following information:
- the title of the essay
- the research question
- the subject the essay is registered in (if it is a language essay also state which category it falls into; if a world studies essay also state the theme and the two subjects utilized)
The upper limit is 4,000 words for all extended essays.
2. Required Contents Page
A contents page must be provided at the beginning of the extended essay and all pages should be numbered. Please note that an index page is not required and if included will be treated as if it is not present.
3. Required Introduction
The introduction should tell the reader what to expect in the essay. The introduction should make clear to the reader the focus of the essay, the scope of the research, in particular an indication of the sources to be used, and an insight into the line of argument to be taken.
While students should have a sense of the direction and key focus of their essay, it is sometimes advisable to finalize the introduction once the body of the essay is complete.
4. Required Body of the Essay (research, analysis, discussion, and evaluation)
The main task is writing the body of the essay, which should be presented in the form of a reasoned argument. The form of this varies with the subject of the essay but as the argument develops it should be clear to the reader what relevant evidence has been discovered, where/how it has been discovered and how it supports the argument. In some subjects, for example, the sciences, sub-headings within the main body of the essay will help the reader to understand the argument (and will also help the student to keep on track). In structuring their extended essay, students must take into consideration the expected conventions of the subject in which their extended essay is registered.
Once the main body of the essay is complete, it is possible to finalize the introduction (which tells the reader what to expect) and the conclusion (which says what has been achieved, including notes of any limitations and any questions that have not been resolved).
Any information that is important to the argument must not be included in appendices or footnotes/endnotes. The examiner will not read notes or appendices, so an essay that is not complete in itself will be compromised across the assessment criteria.
5. Required Conclusion
The conclusion says what has been achieved, including notes of any limitations and any questions that have not been resolved. While students might draw conclusions throughout the essay based on their findings, it is important that there is a final, summative conclusion at the end. This conclusion(s) must relate to the research question posed.
6. Required References & Bibliography
Students should use their chosen style of academic referencing as soon as they start writing. That way they are less likely to forget to include a citation. It is also easier than trying to add references at a later stage. For more information on this, refer to the guidelines in the IB document Effective citing and referencing.
Writing the essay takes time but if students have used their Researcher's reflection space and reflection sessions in a meaningful way they should be well prepared to develop their arguments.
Extended Essay - Examples & Exemplars
- Essays from May 2018 with IB marks and commentaries
- Assessed Student Work & Commentary IB-provided. "Student sample extended essays, corresponding marks and comments from senior examiners are available for the following Diploma Programme disciplines. Please note that in light of not having authentic RPPFs to accompany these essays, they are marked against criteria A – D only, for a total of 28 possible marks. Following the first assessment session in 2018, exemplars will be refreshed with authentic sample material." more... less... Biology English Economics History Studies in language and literature Language acquisition Mathematics Psychology Visual arts World studies extended essay (WSEE)
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Past CIS Extended Essays
Available in the library behind the desk are file folders of past Extended Essays by Concordian students and IB EE Exemplars. Feel free to browse the papers which must be kept in the library.
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The extended essay is an independent, self-directed piece of research, finishing with a 4,000-word paper.
One component of the International Baccalaureate® (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) core, the extended essay is mandatory for all students.
Read about the extended essay in greater detail.
You can also read about how the IB sets deadlines for the extended essay , find examples of extended essay titles from previous DP students and learn about the world studies extended essay .
Learn more about the extended essay in a DP workshop for teachers .
DP subject briefs
Our course selection guidance contains subject briefs for both standard and higher level, including information about core requirements, aims and assessment.
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Extended Essay: Presentation Requirements
- Extended Essay- The Basics
- Step 1. Choose a Subject
- Step 2. Educate yourself!
- Using Brainstorming and Mind Maps
- Identify Keywords
- Do Background Reading
- Define Your Topic
- Conduct Research in a Specific Discipline
- Step 5. Draft a Research Question
- Step 6. Create a Timeline
- Find Articles
- Find Primary Sources
- Get Help from Experts
- Search Engines, Repositories, & Directories
- Databases and Websites by Subject Area
- Create an Annotated Bibliography
- Advice (and Warnings) from the IB
- Chicago Citation Syle
- MLA Works Cited & In-Text Citations
- Step 9. Set Deadlines for Yourself
- Step 10. Plan a structure for your essay
- Evaluate & Select: the CRAAP Test
- Conducting Secondary Research
- Conducting Primary Research
- Formal vs. Informal Writing
- Presentation Requirements
- Evaluating Your Work
How to Format the Extended Essay
Font and spacing
Use a readable 12-point font and double spacing. You will be helping your examiners read and assess your essay on-screen.
Referencing and citations
The IB does not specify what referencing/citation format you should use. Whichever system you choose, make sure that you follow it consistently. Check, too, that it meets the minimum requirements for acknowledging both written and electronic sources expected by the IB. See the IB publication:
What Should Be on the Title Page?
The title page should include only the following information:
- the title of the essay (optional)
- the research question (required)
- the word count (required)
- if it is a language essay it should also state which category it falls into
- if it is a world studies essay it should also state the theme and the two subjects utilized
Distinguishing Between the Title and the Research Question
Your extended essay can have a title and a research question. The research question is required on the cover page, while the title is optional.
- The title is a clear, focused summative statement of the research which gives the reader an indication of the research topic. It should not be phrased as a research question.
- The research question indicates the specific topic of research and must be phrased as a question.
What should NOT be on the first page/title page of your EE?
The title page should NOT include only the following information:
- the school's name
- your IB candidate number
- any identifying pieces of information (on the title page, or any other section of the essay, such as headers or footers)
When work is uploaded, the IB tags each document with the student's digital profiles so personal details like your name, your school, and your candidate number are not required. Very important: to make sure that IB assessment is unbiased and fair, IB does not give your name to examiners, so there should be nothing that could identify you in the essay itself.
Which Would Be Better to Send to IB?
Compare and contrast: which would be better to send to IB?
Submitting a paper in the recommended format will set a serious tone. Take a look at the example text below formatted in two drastically different fonts. Notice the difference in tone and mood—which format would be easier for the examiner to read, assess and comment on?
Example A (12 point, Arial, double-spaced)
Example B (9 point, Comic Sans, single-spaced)
Presentation Requirements of the EE
Required Elements of the Extended Essay
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Extended Essay Requirements: Everything You Need to Know in 2022
Have you read the Extended Essay assessment criteria but find them somewhat confusing? You’ve come to the right place.
In this guide, we’ll explore the extended essay requirements and give you some tips that you can use to make the writing process less stressful from start to finish.
The extended essay assignment gives you a taste of academic freedom by allowing you to decide what to write and how to write it.
By choosing a topic that interests you, or an area you find interesting to explore, you’ll find the process of writing an extended essay not only easy but also enjoyable.
Because writing the essay helps you to develop the writing skills necessary to write academic assignments when you join college or university, it’s important to understand the EE requirement first before you start writing.
Do you need help with your Extended Essay? Our experts are here to help you get the work completed fast.
Extended Essay Requirements: 4 Most Important Rules to Observe
Every student wishes to score high marks for their extended essays, but only a few ever manage to score 34.
It’s not that IB EE is difficult to write. It’s only that they don’t pay close attention to the requirements of the essay.
Our goal at Help for Assessment is to help you succeed in IB by guiding you as much as we can so you can score top marks for your EE. If you can’t do your best to score a 34, aim for a 25 or a 29.
To make sure you’re on the right track from start to finish, here are some extended essay requirements that you need to take seriously:
1. Pay Attention to the Set EE Word Count
The IB program gives you the liberty to write an Extended Essay on the topic of your choosing. However, it does put a cap on how much you can, even if you find the topic a lot more interesting than you initially did.
As an assignment that requires independent research and compilation of your findings, the Extended Essay should be at most 4,000 words long . Keep in mind that 4,000 is the set maximum and any additional word can cost you some marks.
You might find yourself with more words as you write your first draft, and that’s completely fine. You should come back to your work later and edit to bring the length down to 4,000 words at least.
Some students think that their extended essays have to hit the exact word limit set by IB. That’s not often the case. It’s important to understand that 4,000 is the maximum number of words you can write in an EE, not the exact target.
That means you can write an EE that’s 2,500 words long and do just fine. However, for clarity and comprehensiveness’s safe, we do suggest that you make your essay at least 3,500 words long.
2. Make Sure Your EE Reflects the Right Format
You can have the best ideas for your extended essay assignment, but you will fail if you don’t use the proper format recommended by IB.
Take your time to prepare your outline, and make sure you include all the relevant sections before you start writing.
Your extended essay should have:
- A title page
- Contents page
- An introduction
- The body section
- A conclusion
- References and bibliography
You will notice that we haven’t included an abstract in the outline. That’s because IB no longer requires you to write a 300 words summary of the essay anymore.
You can read more about EE abstract here to learn why it’s no longer necessary and what you should do instead.
3. Your EE Must Be On Topics That Fall into IB Approved Categories
Just because you can write an EE on any topic doesn’t mean you have the freedom to write on anything really. IB does put limitation on the extent to which you can go when it comes to choosing a topic to write.
In other words, your EE can be on any topic provided it falls into one of the six subject groups approved by the IB. The subject groups we’re talking about are as follows:
- Group 1: Studies in Language and Literature
- Group 2: Language Acquisition
- Group 3: Individuals and Societies
- Group 4: Sciences
- Group 5: Mathematics
- Group 6: The Arts
As you can see, you do have quite some options when it comes to topic selection. All you have to do is to identify a subject category and then explore as many topics as possible to choose one that you can easily work on.
4. You Must Attend Reflection Sessions
In 2018, IB added a reflection process as part of the extended essay assignment with the intention to ensure every student do the best possible to score high grades. It’s important to note that reflection process is mandatory and will reflect in your final grades.
The rule of the reflection process is simple. You have to meet with your supervisor three times to discuss your extended essay.
During these meetings, you and your supervisor will discuss your engagement with your research process.
By helping to reflect on the elements that matter the most, your supervisor can give you feedback that not only help you to think differently but also encourage you to reevaluate your research process.
The final meeting with your supervisor is the viva voice. It’s usually 10 to 15 minutes long and takes place in the final state of the extended essay.
During the viva voice, your supervisor will focus on plagiarism and malpractice, reflect on your success and failures, and stress on what you’ve learned throughout the process. Also, it’s here that your supervisor writes a report about your essay, which will reflect in your grade.
Final Thoughts on Extended Essay Requirements
As you can see, these extended essay requirements are so simple that’s easy to overlook them.
However, we do suggest that you pay close attention to these so that you have an easy time working on your assignment right from the first day all the way to the end.
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The main idea behind the IB extended essay is to promote research and writing skills. While students can choose the research topic themselves, they have to be in touch with a supervisor who guides them throughout. There are many other aspects and criteria for the IB extended essay that students have to follow. We have collected all those key moments you should focus on in this article.
The IB extended essay is an in-depth study of a particular research topic. The student needs to pick up an IB EE topic based on what they are good at or what they have ample knowledge about ad then they can begin working on it.
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We have selected the main features of International Baccalaureate extended essays in one article. Below you will find a list of main requirements for the extended essay format . Let’s start with key features.
Key Features of Extended Essay
- For all the students taking the Diploma Program, this extended essay is a must. However, for course students, it is optional.
- Students need to have a D grade at the very least to be awarded the diploma.
- The essay is a combination of theory and knowledge, and it contributes up to three points to the total score in the IB diploma.
- Before students choose a subject for the extended essay , they need to first look at the list of available subjects published in the Diploma Program Assessment procedures for the session in question.
- The maximum word count for the extended essay is 4000 words . A reflection form also has to be submitted, which has to be around 500 words. The approximate time for writing an extended essay is 40-50 hours
- The supervision process for this is around 2 to 5 hours, in which there are three mandatory sessions as well. In the final session, the supervisor conducts an interview with the student as well.
- A bibliography also has to be there right at the end, where students reference all of the sources that they have used for the essay. They have to use an acknowledge reference style like Harvard or APA referencing . The sources that they use need to be very reliable ones.
Aims of the Extended Essay
The main aim of the extended essay is to allow students to develop sound research skills, which is something that is very important for their entire lives.
- They need also to develop communication skills.
- This essay allows them to polish their analytical skills as well since they have to explore a certain topic in a lot of detail.
- They learn how to conduct research using a systematic process that begins with an initial literature search first that helps build background right at the start.
- Students become more intelligent as well when they study a topic in so much detail.
Main Duties of IB Student
- Students must make sure that they are first fully aware of the regulations outlined in the Diploma Program Assessment procedures so that they can comply with those.
- They have to make sure that there is academic honesty and integrity when they are working. They cannot use anyone else’s work when doing their essay.
- Students need to choose a topic that they are enthusiastic about. They need to spend a considerable amount of time doing this research, so they need to make sure that the topic that they choose is one on which they have information to work on.
- Students need to make sure that they are mindful of the deadline when working so that they don’t lose out on marks. Otherwise, they will need to search for options if they fail their IB extended essay .
- Every student needs to make sure that they have a supervisor who guides them throughout so that they know what exactly they have to do throughout the process.
- Students need to make sure that they complete the reflection process as well so that they know what exactly they are doing and how they are supposed to complete it.
- Students can also go through several exemplars so that they know what needs to be done and how they can work to score higher.
- The supervisor needs to make sure that they guide students and provide them with all the help that they need to complete their research.
Ready to write an extended essay?
With all of these things in mind, students can surely complete their extended essays in the right way and in due time. The extended essay allows students to polish their writing skills and explore their creativity in the best way as well.
If you want to write a good IB EE, you can also check our article on how to write an extended essay with tips and tricks. Enjoy reading 😉
Students should use this to their benefit and make sure that they showcase their skills when working on the extended essay.
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