Paper 1 (Multiple Choice)

IB Chemistry: Paper 1 (Multiple Choice)

A. I and II only B. I and III only C. II and III only D. I, II and III The remaining questions will be simple completion questions. It obviously helps if students have had considerable practice at doing multiple choice questions before they sit Paper 1. This is particularly...


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Madhuri Sarangdhar 15 January 2016 - 05:44

Hi Geoffrey my colleague also uses inthinking for Physics and Math. He says there is a Mock exam papers as per new syllabus criteria available for one of them. Is there anything similar for Chemistry?

Geoffrey Neuss 15 January 2016 - 11:06

Madhuri, You are correct that Maths has one but the Physics, Chemistry and Biology websites do not. Because of the change in syllabus much of our time has been taken up this past year with virtually rewriting the Group 4 websites to cover all that is new. Also, in my case, as you may deduce, the IB has a policy which I am required to adhere to. However, I have put a huge number of new questions together with answers up on the website. These cover all aspects of the syllabus at both SL and HL and the three different exams (particularly Section A of Paper 3 where the biggest change in format occurs) so you can easily tailor-make your own mock exam. This also has the advantage that the students will definitely not have seen it before.

Madhuri Sarangdhar 18 January 2016 - 03:44

The MCQs really help, however i'm passing on HL and SL worksheets from you to my students for more practice. Maybe will try to hold back some so that i could use those in the future.

Madhuri Sarangdhar 18 January 2016 - 03:44

Thanx for the info and feeback!


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