#1
Do you have to reference every single quote individually, or if its part of a larger reference do you leave it to the end of a sentence?

Thanks in advance for you answers, and what topics are other IB students doing for their coursework?
#2
Ask your teacher.
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#4
I referenced everything. If you use the Harvard system, quotes are references using the book author and the page number. Vague references and concepts using author and year, then there should be an appropriate reference list at the end of the piece. Though when I was in IB they were quite fond of footnotes and that's how I did at my exam too (I took higher History).

Unfortunately you haven't seen the end of referencing... At uni that's pretty much all we do...
#5
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Email? Check the mark scheme on the website?
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