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International Baccalaureate (IB) Physics Tutoring

About the International Baccalaureate (IB) Physics Exams
There are two International Baccalaureate IB Physics Exams. The IB Physics Higher Level (HL) and the IB Physics Standard Level (SL).

There are three papers for both the HL and SL exams.

Although the SL and HL courses have the same core of eight topics, HL covers an additional four concepts which are probably the most challenging in secondary school physics. They are:
  • Wave Phenomena
  • Fields (Gravitational and Electric)
  • Electromagnetic Induction
  • Quantum and Nuclear Physics

In addition, for the Paper 3 option topic (choose one from four options) in IB Physics, HL students have additional content to study, making their exam more difficult.

IB Physics (both SL and HL) includes an area that none of the other curricula cover: Energy Production. You will learn about renewable and non-renewable energy sources, energy conversions, and the process of global warming.

In order to earn a high marks on your IB physics exams, you should:
  • Be disciplined.
  • Be organized.
  • Have a plan.
  • Have guidance.

If you want a high mark on the International Baccalaureate Physics Exam, a typical International Baccalaureate secondary school physics course will not be good enough. You need to prepare separately for the International Baccalaureate Physics Exam. The International Baccalaureate Physics Exam is its own special challenge.

Whichever Advanced Placement Physics Exam you choose, we have the experience and resources to help you achieve a higher mark with less study time.

Contact us as soon as possible so that you have plenty of time to prepare.

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