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The IB extended essay is part of the core requirements/curriculum of an IB Diploma Program and involves focused independent research by the IB student on a chosen theme.
Resulting papers have a typical length of up to 4000 words long (they should tend to reach this, although writing 3500 words can still be acceptable).
One component of the International Baccalaureate® (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) core, the extended essay is mandatory for all students. 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.
Choose issues that are narrow enough to be explored and covered comprehensively in 4000 words – attempting to do this with a very broad theme, would look very unprofessional.
In order to pick an interesting topic, it might be very useful to have brainstorm sessions on your own (this will help you focus on your interests) but also to browse the web or other resources for lists of potential themes (especially if you feel confused or stuck) – it could very well happen that one such topic would inspire you to choose a related one, which would be even better adjusted to your interests and goals.
sources from local libraries), writing a draft (for instance, over a summer break), receiving feedback from supervisors, etc.
There are six required elements in an extended essay layout: A methodology section or other sections might also be appropriate.