“This training honestly helped me better visualize the concepts that we learn in class. I am so grateful that it exists!”
This training covers every learning objective within the IB Physics specification for this topic, including:
This 30 minute video tutorial starts from scratch on the three most commonly examined KILLER CONCEPTS in Mechanics. You’ll also learn the rookie mistake most students make…. 😬
Work for 20-30 minutes though exam-style questions for Topic 3. Use the fully worked solutions to check your progress.
Use this full revision checklist to know EXACTLY what will be examined. If it’s not in the list – it’s not in the exam. SIMPLE.
You can increase your marks in IB Physics exams by 9-11% by learning precise definitions. A full list of definitions for Topic 3 are included.
Access to the VIP closed facebook group, where you can get help and meet other IB students throughout the world.
The chances are that you’ll have some questions about Topic 3. You’ll have the opportunity to ask Sally, but you’ll also see the most FAQs about Topic 3 answered in this online training.
“I would not have been able to score my 7 points in IB Physics if it had not been for Sally's fun and comprehensive tutoring style, patient explanations of physics concepts and constant encouragement.”
When does the training start and finish?
The training starts now and it never ends! It is a completely self-paced online tutorial. You decide when you start and finish. Everything is loaded up and ready for you to begin.
If you feel you need extra help, you can jump into the VIP closed Facebook Group and ask questions there.
Tell me more about the exam-style questions that come with the training
One of the best ways to perfect your exam technique and avoid the overwhelm of past paper questions is to split them up into sections and work through them topic-by-topic.
Not only is it incredibly difficult to find past papers for IB Physics, but to find reliable sources that have them split up into different topics is almost impossible.
Using the breadth of my experience in writing IB textbooks, I have written brand new exam-style questions in the IB style for you to practice. They focus on the topic and allow more, efficient and directed revision.
I HATE mark schemes! They don't explain anything! What can you do about this?
One complaint I often get from students is that the markschemes don’t explain the answers in depth. For example, there are only one line answers for 6 markers and it also skips steps in a lot of the questions.
I have changed all this. Every exam-style question written is answered in full detail, step-by-step.
Is it possible to simplify this topic into a simple checklist?
This training comes with a simple checklist of every learning objective required in this topic.
It is so easy to track your understanding of the course and identify which areas need extra revision using my bespoke revision checklists.
Why do I have to pay for the training? I could learn this on my own?
In the internet age you can learn basically whatever you fancy online and for free. But that’s not the point of this online training. It will take you many frustrating hours to find tutorials that are exactly mapped to the new May 2016 specification and accompanying exam-style questions for each topic.
I offer a simple, short tutorial that helps you to quickly master simple exam techniques, guide revision and achieve top marks.
You can do it the long way (and pay nothing) or you can take advantage of my expertise and do it the quick and efficient way. Either way is fine!
What skills will this training teach me?
This training will give you the rules, tools and strategies to complete your IB Physics exams knowing that you gave yourself the best chance possible. Ultimately you’ll be aiming for top marks and will be safe in the knowledge that you have covered the entirety of the specification for Topic 3.
What software do I need to complete the training?
Access to a computer, an email account, and an eager and open mind! Also, an ability to print out some exam-style questions would be useful.