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How to use IB Physics Past Papers to Improve Your Exam Technique

Jul 13, 2020

You've heard it before...

"You should use past paper questions in your revision for IB...

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IB Physics IA Example: How to Write Your Physics IA (SL and HL)

Jun 11, 2020

If you are thinking, "How should I write my IB Physics IA?" then this blog post will talk you...

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The EXACT Structure And Subtitles You Should Use In Your IB Physics Internal Assessment

Jun 10, 2020
 

Once you've collected your data for your IB Physics IA - you're going to have to complete your...

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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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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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7 Mistakes Most Students Make in IB Exams

Feb 14, 2020
 

There are two questions that I most commonly get asked about IB Physics Exams:

  1. How can I improve...
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IB Physics Exam Breakdown of Exam Content

Feb 14, 2020
 

STOP INEFFICIENT REVISION NOW FOR YOUR IB PHYSICS EXAMS!

This 15 minute video will walk you...

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IB Physics Formulae You Need to Memorise

Feb 14, 2020

IB Physics Data Booklet: the formulae you MUST memorise to ace your exam!

The formulae below are...

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