Paragraphs shorter than two or three sentences might seem incomplete, and paragraphs longer than a page might contain too many ideas at once.I would say the best use of appendices is to include artefacts from your process, which help to show the hard work that you’ve done.For example, you could include the raw data from a survey you've done, or the transcript of an email 'interview' you did. I have used this article to guide me for my last 2 IA's and when I was assigned my 3rd and final Econ IA, the first thing I did once I got my Econ article, was open this page. -Keegen Payne (Victoria, British Columbia) "I actually just wanted to let you know that you have been a very big help for me in TOK and Economics. "-Alexa A @ Pechersk School International Kyiv (Ukraine) "Thank you so much for this structure!"This course has been excellent and of so much help to me.” - Kanika V. With your effort to publish all this information and advice to IB students, you're really making a difference! @ UWC Maastricht (The Netherlands) "Me and my partner have got an A for our presentation, fully following this guide. We followed it exactly as you laid out in our TOK presentation and our teacher gave us 9/10!!"-Mariana @ St Julien's School (Carcavelos, Portugal) "THANK YOU SO MUCH!As a result, I got an A for EE in business after following the steps written in this website, including the help from my supervisor of course. So many great posts about IB and how to be effective. I will defiantly spend more time here and hopefully learn a lot.I would recommend the current IB students to read the resources in your web, in order to obtain more insights. "-Cynthia @ Universitas Kristen Petra (Surabaya, Indonesia) "I'm an IB student who has been lost until I found this website! I just wanted to let you know how great and helpful your website is :)"-Nea @ HF-kursus og IB World School (Denmark) "Thank you so much Mr Woods.Main Body Part 1: The “7 Areas” part The jury is out about appendices.The EE guide us us that “appendices are not an essential part of the extended essay and examiners will not read them, or use any information contained within them, in the assessment of the essay” (EE Guide, Page 87).Sentences and paragraphs of any length are technically allowed.However, there are still reasons to avoid very short or very long sentences and paragraphs that have nothing to do with arbitrary word counts.