International Baccalaureate (IB)


IB Revision Series – Free Webinars!

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All of the classes are conducted in English. In the first place, we aim to help students to state their precise educational goals and then guide them to the final examinations. We systematize and consolidate the student’s knowledge by working with our specially designed IB revision workbook. Classes have a form of a one-to-one training during which teacher’s main focus is to make sure students are able to solve each problem on their own. Workbook consists of exercises created based on questions from Past Papers and those available in Questionbanks. Our teachers are experienced tutors who are IB graduates.

Meetings: 1 or 2 weekly
Data: workbook
Duration: 90 mins
Additionally: Homework
When: Mon – Fri 16.00-20.30, Sat 9.00 – 16.30
Test: once a month
Groups: up to 5 people
At the end: mock exam

The classes are run by present PhD student in mathematics who graduated from the Warwick University. He took the IB programme with HL Mathematics. He has experience of over two years with tutoring IB students.

Course structure

Program

The course starts with a diagnostic test which gives the base for the revision of the preliminary material which lasts for a month. In the middle of the course there is a Mock Exam. The full list of topics is available below.

I IB

II IB

Homework

  • Student receives a homework after each chapter of the syllabus.
  • Each homework consists of ten exercises.
  • Homework is due to the following week.
  • The solutions are discussed after the homework is marked.

Workbook and notes

Toghether with the workbook with exercises covered during the course student also receives the revision notes including the most important facts and crucial techniques to remember.

Program

The course starts with a diagnostic test which gives the base for the revision of the preliminary material which lasts for a month. In the middle of the course there is a Mock Exam. The full list of topics is available below.

I IB

II IB

Homework

  • Student receives a homework after each chapter of the syllabus.
  • Each homework consists of ten exercises.
  • Homework is due to the following week.
  • The solutions are discussed after the homework is marked.

Workbook and notes

Toghether with the workbook with exercises covered during the course student also receives the revision notes including the most important facts and crucial techniques to remember.

Program

The course starts with a diagnostic test which gives the base for the revision of the preliminary material which lasts for a month. In the middle of the course there is a Mock Exam. The full list of topics is available below.

I IB

II IB

Homework

  • Student receives a homework after each chapter of the syllabus.
  • Each homework consists of ten exercises.
  • Homework is due to the following week.
  • The solutions are discussed after the homework is marked.

Workbook and notes

Toghether with the workbook with exercises covered during the course student also receives the revision notes including the most important facts and crucial techniques to remember.

Program

The main focus of the Pre-IB course is to make students comfortable with all the preliminary requirements and to consolidate the current school material. Moreover, the course aim is to help student choose the best fitting level in the following year. It is obtained by covering some of the topics from the IB syllabus.

Homework

  • Student receives a homework after each chapter of the syllabus.
  • Each homework consists of ten exercises.
  • Homework is due to the following week.
  • The solutions are discussed after the homework is marked.

Workbook and notes

Toghether with the workbook with exercises covered during the course student also receives the revision notes including the most important facts and crucial techniques to remember.