11 Plus, 13 Plus, Other School Entrance, Maths & Physics
Alan has worked with children aiming to attend the following schools:
|University name||Name of degree||Year of graduation|
|University of Warwick||PhD Physics||1994|
|University of Warwick||BSc (Hons) Physics||1988|
11 Plus (Maths)
13 Plus (Maths)
Other School Entrance (14+ and 16+)
Maths (KS3, GCSE AQA, GCSE Edexcel, GCSE OCR, IGCSE, IGCSE additional, A Level AQA, A Level Edexcel, A Level OCR, A Level Further Maths, Pre-U, IB Studies, IB Standard Level and IB Higher Level)
Physics (KS3, GCSE AQA, GCSE Edexcel, GCSE OCR, IGCSE, A Level AQA, A Level Edexcel, A Level OCR, Pre-U, IB Standard Level and IB Higher Level)
Monday, 7th December 2020
In this blog post, Alan offers some expert advice and tips on coming up with a great IB Physics IA idea. Making sure you fully understand the IA requirements is a great place to start, along with picking a topic that really interests you.
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.