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Teaching Science online may seem a difficult task, particularly for topics typically demonstrated in the school laboratory. However, as Phil sets out in this blog, for every challenge, there is a solution. While great communication between tutor and student is key, along with careful preparation ahead of each session, there is nothing to say that online Science tuition cannot be practical and interactive!
Phil April, 2020
Stuck for ideas for your Chemistry IA? Here is a list of 50 ideas that should hopefully inspire you to come up with an excellent IA of your own. Carl is a highly experienced Chemistry tutor who is available for one-to-one online tuition.
In this blog, Sobia gives you an idea of what to expect in 16+ Biology, Chemistry and Physics entrance exams. While knowledge recall is important, schools will be looking for candidates who illustrate strong analytical skills and a real understanding of key scientific concepts.
In the concluding blog of this three-part series, Carl sets out the final four strategies that will help you to secure a level 7 in your IB Chemistry. Using past papers and mark schemes effectively, asking for feedback and support from your teacher or tutor, and remembering to have a life outside of your studies are all key!
In this blog - the second of a three-part series - Carl sets out the next four of 12 top strategies that will help you secure a Level 7 in your IB Diploma Chemistry. Last time, we looked at the importance of being an independent learner and putting in the effort to understand everything you’re taught. In part 2, we’ll look at how you can test that understanding, some advice for choosing an IA, and why understanding Assessment Objectives is important.
Carl October, 2016