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15 EXACT Math Skills Required To Pass IB Physics

May 03, 2020

I've lost count of the amount of time I have said this to my students...

“It is super...

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[Updated 2020] 45 Ideas for Your IB Physics IA

May 01, 2020

If you are searching the internet for ideas for your Physics IA - then search no further!

You'll...

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IB Physics IA Ideas: 12 Investigations You Can Complete At Home [UPDATED 2020]

Apr 30, 2020

If you cannot perform experiments at school, but still need to complete a PERFECT physics IA -...

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7 Simple Steps to Acing Your GCSE Physics Exams

Apr 02, 2020
 

Hi, I'm Sally Weatherly and I've been a physics teacher since 2004.

Around 5 years ago I started...

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Home learning? Remind yourself why Physics is interesting!

Mar 19, 2020

Your teacher may be setting TOO MUCH boring work for you whilst you're being forced to work from...

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What EXACTLY is Distance Learning for Students? (and why we should all be doing it anyway!)

Mar 15, 2020

We all are seeking more convenience in our lives... we only used to be able to watch a series on...

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What GCSE grades do you need to be a doctor?

Feb 26, 2020

What GCSE grades do I need to be a doctor?

In short, you need to aim for grade 7+ in the...

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What GCSE grades do you need to be a dentist?

Feb 25, 2020

What grades do you need at GCSE to be a dentist?

We've got the answers. In a nutshell: Most...

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What GCSE grades do you need to be a lawyer?

Feb 25, 2020

What GCSE grades do I need to be a lawyer?

There comes a time in our education journey where we...

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How to choose the perfect IB Physics internal assessment topic in under 15 minutes

Feb 14, 2020
 

I'll help you through my simple 4 step process and give you lots of IB Physics IA Ideas

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