The instant guide to the new IB Economics Syllabus

There are major changes ahead for students sitting for the 2022 IB Economics Exams. The syllabus has undergone a complete overhaul. I am going to give you a rundown on what to expect in the new syllabus and some tips on how you can ace the exams! Internal Assessment Students were required to complete three […]

Read MoreNote-Taking for JC H2 Mathematics Classes

In most of the JC H2 Mathematics classes, typed notes are often distributed to students during lectures. Although these notes are fairly comprehensive, students may need to annotate them with any extra comments, common misconceptions, hints and pointers discussed in class. Encouraging students to annotate their own notes lets them take charge of their own learning and refine their personal […]

Read MoreStudying in JC? Here’s How A Level Math Tuition Can Help You

It is not uncommon to see JC students taking the A Level examinations flock to maths tuition centres for programmes and classes throughout the academic year. The prevalence of tuition is due to the competitive climate in Singapore. Doing well academically is how students can get ahead and secure good career opportunities. Furthermore, the A […]

Read MoreIB Mathematics New Curriculum 2019

Summary Description The new IB Mathematics Curriculum will affect the students sitting the exams in May 2021. Students can choose from 4 Mathematics titles, Analysis and Approaches (SL and HL), Applications and Interpretations (SL and HL)

Read MoreJC H2 Mathematics – misconceptions in curve sketching

Curve sketching is an important part of the A Level JC H2 Math syllabus. The knowledge of curve sketching can be applied to other areas of A Level JC H2 Math such as Calculus. Most students are able to sketch rational functions accurately except for those involving improper fractions. Using our JC H2 Maths methodology, most students […]

Read MoreJC H2 Math Prelim Papers from Top JCs

JC H2 Mathematics help students acquire Mathematical understanding of real world situations and prepare students for their University students. We provide a list of free resources for students to practise before their A levels H2 Mathematics exams. The questions come together with step by step solutions for students to check their answers. H2 Math Prelim […]

Read MoreGlossary of IB Economics Terms

To excel in IB Economics, students need to have a good understanding of Economics Terminology. This is can be rather daunting for most students. In this page, we created a glossary of IB Economics terms to help students search for Economics definitions in just a few clicks. We hope you will find this tool useful.

Read MoreCommon Myths about IB Math

The IB Diploma program is a popular course taken by students between the ages of 16 years to 19 years. Students are required to study at least one course in mathematics; computer science as an elective. IB Math is part of the six subject groups in the Diploma curriculum along with theory of knowledge (TOK), […]

Read MoreLove and Mathematics

I have written a post earlier Quickest way to narrow down a topic for Math IA. I hope you have found it useful. To help students brainstorm for ideas for their Math IA, I have an interesting Math topic which I will like to share with you. You must be wondering how love and mathematics are […]

Read MoreChoosing IB Math Internal Assessment Topic

IB Math Internal Assessment Tips Are you struggling to write for the IB math internal assessment? Many students are at a loss when it comes to writing their IB Math Internal Assessment. The most challenging part is selecting a suitable topic. In this article, I will share with you 4 simple tips find a Math […]

Read MoreIGCSE Science: Styrofoam cup dissolves

I have written an article previously on how to study IGCSE Science. In this post, I will like to introduce a hands on activity to help students understand the concepts in IGCSE Coordinated Science. This is an interesting experiment to try out when doing the topic, Organic Chemistry. Look at what happens when acetone is poured on […]

Read MoreComparison between International Baccalaureate Higher Level Math (Analysis and Approaches) and Singapore JC H2 Mathematics

The Singapore Cambridge A levels and the international Baccalaureate (IB) program are the two most widely offered pre – university programs in Singapore. As Mathematics is a prerequisite for many university courses, many A levels and IB students often study mathematics as a subject at the pre – university level. Common questions asked by parents […]

Read MoreTop 5 tips for the IB Economics Internal Assessment

Spend some time to choose a good news article as it is the starting point for a good commentary. A good article is not too long (usually not more than 1 page) and without too much economic analysis. This gives students the scope to demonstrate their understanding of economic theory in the IB Economics Internal […]

Read MoreIB Math Exploration and the top 6 mistakes made

Excessive writing in IB Math Exploration. The IB Mathematics SL and Mathematics HL guides state that 6–12 pages should be appropriate for IB Math Explorations. Examiners are looking out for writing that is concise and to the point. Some students think they can get a higher score by writing longer essays. This is often not the […]

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