Honestly don’t worry about it. I mean, do, it’s pretty serious, but i think most of the people are on the same boat. I’m surprised that IB does not publish suicide rates or dropout rates, because at least in my school quite a few people got diagnosed with depression in the second year of the IB. I felt the same during IB2, i was so anxious...my hands were constantly shaking, I couldn’t sleep, parents were very concerned. Honestly, it won’t get better, at least not until you become aware that you’ve done the IB. The thoughts which helped me to calm myself were that there are so many people who managed to finish the IB, even scored a lot (it’s great to find IB alumni with the same subjects and levels you have), that all of my classmates are experiencing the same thing, which meant i was not alone, also, in my school we had a saying the more you do, the more work is done. Just think that you’ve been trying and working your ass off for the past 10 years and you’ve got one year left to show the IB what you can. Just do your best. IB is the place where the amount of work you do is directly proportional to the grade you get. I don’t know if this helps, but I hope it will. And if you want to talk about it, you can message me anytime!