LEARN HOW TO ACE THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE
There’s no denying that Theory of Knowledge can be confusing. When I did the IB, I struggled for some time to even understand what ToK was about. Eventually, I realised that in order to ace ToK you have to understand what the examiners really want. In this guide we help you do the same. In each part we’ll deal with something that normally trips students up or seems tricky. If you want to achieve top marks in ToK you only have to do the following two things: 1) understand the syllabus; 2) produce work that tackles all the points specified in the markscheme. In this series we’re going to go through the ToK syllabus – we’ll make the ‘confusing’ stuff simple and explain how to ace your presentations and essays.
All knowledge comes from somewhere. Even if we say that it is innate, meaning that it comes from within us, we still have to say how that knowledge appears. Divide and conquer! There are eight different ways of knowing you need to know for the IB. Although this might seem like a lot, the good news is that you’re only really need to study four of them in depth. So, there are eight ways of knowing that concern how we know things, but here is also eight Areas of Knowledge. The Areas of Knowledge are a bit different; these are about what we know. In this guide you will fully understand the concept of it all, but also understand what you should focus on to quickly be a step ahead to ace that TOK!
Why read it?
– Make TOK understandable
– Make complicated concepts seem easy
– Learn what it takes to get an A
– Application of the Ways of Knowing
– Utilization of the Areas of Knowing
– Deconstruction of Knowledge Questions
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