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Having chosen the topic of your History IA, designed your question and researched your IA, the next step will be to write Section 2. This should be done before attempting Section 1 and, in this blog, Anna outlines what is expected.
Having written Section 2 of your History IA, you should then go back and write Section 1, in which you are required to identify and evaluate two of the most relevant sources used in your investigation. In this blog, Anna will walk you through the necessary steps to help you gain full marks for this section.
Anna March, 2020
Applying to study Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary Science at University can be incredibly competitive. Chemistry tutor Carl sets out how best to showcase your relevant skills and experiences in your Personal Statement, and how to justify exactly why you want to study that particular course and why you should be offered a place.
Carl January, 2020
So... you have chosen an article to base your economics internal assessment ("IA") on and are moving to the next step of planning your IA. This article sets out a seven-step process that you can use to make writing your IA that little bit easier.
In this blog, Maggie will discuss the importance of regular language revision - even when school is out! She will give some tips on how to implement language revision throughout your school holidays in a fun, quick and easy way.
Maggie December, 2019
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 discusses the steps to take in the event that you don't perform quite as well as you wanted to in your exams. Whilst the experience can be very disappointing, it is important to stay calm, reflect and seek advice.
Sobia June, 2019
This post is a follow up to my previous tongue-in-cheek guide on how to get 45 points on the IB. If you're a student reading this hoping for a magic short-cut to getting a 45, I'll ruin the ending now - there isn't one. Put your phone / laptop down and do some work.
Alan is an experienced tutor specialising in A-level, GCSE and IB tuition in Mathematics and Physics. Here he offers some suggestions on how to keep your teenager motivated and some specific advice in studying mathematics and physics.