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IB Chemistry Tuition Courses to help you be the next IB Chemistry Success!

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Levels offered: HL & SL

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Key assessments we help on

- Paper 1 (MCQ): This paper consists of multiple-choice questions only, and is focussed on the core syllabus

- Paper 2 (Data Response & Short questions): This paper consists of data response and short questions only, and is focussed on the core syllabus

- Paper 3 (Options paper): This paper is focused on the option topics, consist of data response and short questions only

- IA: Students are required to conduct a self-designed experiment and write a complete lab report


What is required to get a 6 or 7?

In order to score 6 or 7 in IB Chemistry, students must have a clear understanding of Chemistry concepts in the IB.


More importantly, students must possess sufficient IB exam skills and have enough exam-oriented practice


How can IB Chemistry tutors help?

Our IB Chemistry tuition team and IB Chemistry tutor have a tremendous track record of boosting IB students' scores. Over 90% of students reported Level 6 or higher in the 2018 May exam.


We adopt an exam-oriented teaching approach, focused on exam skills and question drilling. 


If you want to boost your grade in IB Chemistry, please sign up for our FREE trial lesson HERE our staff will arrange for you within 24 hours! 

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