Posted 2 months ago / 93 notes / Via: ildoctora

ildoctora:

when universities ask me about my maths grade

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Posted 2 months ago / 80 notes / Via: catsforhats

catsforhats:

passing a test you didn’t study for

catsforhats:

passing a test you didn’t study for

Posted 2 months ago / 56 notes / Via: sherlockianmaster

sherlockianmaster:

time to learn two years of chemistry in two days

Posted 2 months ago / 100 notes / Via: hollyheadharpy

hollyheadharpy:

Nice to know what the IB is preparing us for…

hollyheadharpy:

Nice to know what the IB is preparing us for…

Posted 2 months ago / 186 notes / Via: justanotherwolverine
I can’t tell if I’m too tired or too stupid for this shit
—Me while doing my practice math test (via thirdstarontheright)
Posted 2 months ago / 1,484 notes / Via: mcsasspants

mcsasspants:

when an unexpected question comes up when you first open your question paper

Posted 1 year ago / 21 notes / Via: i-am-arkham-asylum

i-am-arkham-asylum:

Can pass the IB, still don’t know how to spell baccalaureate

i-am-arkham-asylum:

Can pass the IB, still don’t know how to spell baccalaureate

Posted 1 year ago / 156,612 notes / Via: sonatarayne

limmynem:

Gallium
Gallium is a silvery metal with atomic number 31. It’s used in semiconductors and LEDs, but the cool thing about it is its melting point, which is only about 85 degrees Fahrenheit. If you hold a solid gallium crystal in your hand, your body heat will cause it to slowly melt into a silvery metallic puddle. Pour it into a dish, and it freezes back into a solid.
While you probably shouldn’t lick your fingers after playing with it, gallium isn’t toxic and won’t make you crazy like mercury does. And if you get tired of it, you can melt it onto glass and make yourself a mirror.
Price: $80
Someone get me this for my non-birthday. 

For you IB chem kids

limmynem:

Gallium

Gallium is a silvery metal with atomic number 31. It’s used in semiconductors and LEDs, but the cool thing about it is its melting point, which is only about 85 degrees Fahrenheit. If you hold a solid gallium crystal in your hand, your body heat will cause it to slowly melt into a silvery metallic puddle. Pour it into a dish, and it freezes back into a solid.

While you probably shouldn’t lick your fingers after playing with it, gallium isn’t toxic and won’t make you crazy like mercury does. And if you get tired of it, you can melt it onto glass and make yourself a mirror.

Price: $80

Someone get me this for my non-birthday. 

For you IB chem kids

Posted 1 year ago / 30 notes / Via: ib-thereforeiam
During Christmas Break

ib-thereforeiam:

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Posted 1 year ago / 5 notes / Via: myiblife
Studying the circulatory system

myiblife:

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