A sample advertisement promoting the partnership between Adderall and International Baccalaureate.
March 12, 2019
SAN DIEGO — The International Baccalaureate (IB) organization announced that it will be continuing its partnership with Adderall distributors this coming fall. Since the beginning of the partnership in December 2017, the organization has been providing students with 16-liter subscriptions to Adderall, a popular study tool.
The IB is an educational organization that creates high school classes with rigorous workloads, which were often complained about by students. “Modern problems require modern solutions,” says IB Director General Siva Kumari. “We are excited to continue our program to distribute Adderall. The overwhelming success of this partnership has led to remarkable improvements in our students.”
According to AddictionCenter.com, “people
abuse Adderall because it produces feelings of confidence, euphoria, and increased concentration. These effects make Adderall a go-to choice for anyone looking for a boost in physical or mental performance.” Studies show that Adderall enhances memory recall by 73% and improves focus and stamina better than any other study tool on the market. Last year, PrepScholar rated Adderall as the #1 resource for studying, placing it even above its own program.
Many IB students report that Adderall helps them on a day-to-day basis: “Before I tried Adderall, I was a low-tier student. On weekdays I was spending 17+ hours daily on my phone, because what else would you do during class? Now that I discovered Adderall, I can say fancy words like ‘photosynthesis’ and ‘stupidenous.’”
“Originally, Adderall was only available to a select number of privileged students, and that’s just not fair,” explains Kumari. “By providing children with the valuable support that they need, we are ensuring that the next generation will flourish.”
Reported By: Goat