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Extended Essay: Picking a Subject Area

Begin with the End in Mind

While there are common requirements to all EEs, the further you move toward a topic of your choosing, the more specific and individualized the requirement get when it comes to how you will be graded.  This focus comes in the form of The Subject Specific Guide; a more specific and focused set of guidelines for what graders of the EE will be looking for when your paper lands in front of them. ​ The Subject Guides for Central High School are available in the Subject Area Guide box on this page. All subject guides are available at the end of the Extended Essay Guide Full Version -- also available on this page.

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