You’ve looked around and there isn’t any data about lettuce in Singapore at all.In this case, an example of proxy research would be if you could find research on the sales of organic cucumbers.
To that end, I want to show you how to make a few tweaks to your average extended essay and earn top marks for it.
The following are some advanced techniques that many International Baccalaureate (IB) extended essay supervisors might forget to share. Before reading this blog post, I suggest reading my post on getting started with your extended essay.
Proxy sources similarly allow you to research a bit more freely.
Let’s say your Extended Essay is about the launch of a new organic lettuce in Singapore.
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