You'd be amazed how many students make this very simple mistake in IB Physics Paper 1
I have literally helped thousands of students to Ace IB Physics Exams since 2004 and I have noticed lots of mistakes other students make.
One IB Physics exam mistake I want to highlight today is leaving questions blank in your multiple-choice paper.
- Paper 1 is the first paper (out of three papers) that you’ll sit in your final IB physics exams.
- Paper 1 is multiple choice only and you're not allowed a calculator.
You would be amazed how many students leave questions blank. It’s insane to do this.
Even if you just pick one random answer out of the four options given - you’ll have a 25% percentage chance of getting it right!
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