To help you decide which IB subject to choose for your Extended Essay, read the following:
Required Elements of the Extended Essay
List and description of the six required elements of the final extended essay work that is to be submitted for extended essays for November 2018 and forward (IB Guide 2018).
Presentation requirements of the extended essay
Information on formatting the extended essay, covering: word counts (what is included and what is NOT included), illustrations, tables, footnotes and endnotes, appendices and specimen materials. (IB Guide 2018).
Assessment objectives and criteria for the extended essay -
Assessment objectives and criteria for students submitting extended essays. (2018)
Assessment Grade Descriptors for the EE
A list of the qualitative grade descriptors for the Extended Essay, grades A through E. IB senior examiners will use these descriptors to set the boundaries (i.e., grade) the extended essay beginning in May 2018.
Academic Honesty 2018 IB EE
Guidance on producing accurate references and a bibliography is a skill that students should be seeking as part of the extended essay writing process, covering: bibliography, citations, referencing (both traditional and online sources), using electronic sources, using online encyclopedias and other similar information websites, use of computer programs, and reliance on external sources.
Effective Citing and Referencing (May 2018)
Explains why citations are needed, what needs to be cited, when citations are necessary, and how to cite, and also provides a list of citation definitions, a documentation checklist, and a chart showing the elements to be included in a reference.
Ethical Guidelines for Extended Essays Research and Fieldwork
Explicit guidance from the IB on any research or fieldwork undertaken as a part of an Extended Essay.