At the end of your two year IB Diploma, you will have to demonstrate your skills in 3 hours 30 minutes of examinations if you are a Higher Level student or 1 hour 45 minutes if you are a SL student. So a well planned out programme of revision is essential in order to be able to show off what you have learned on your course!
On these pages you will find some suggestions on how to effectively revise.
You should begin by answering the following questions...
Making good revision notes is key. You need to consider not only range but also depth - including enough detail in your notes so that you can provide the necessary level of evidence and analysis.
Memorizing information is key to success. There is no ‘quick fix’ to learning the material. You will need to commit information to memory at least five times before it will move from your short term...
Here are some reminders on what to expect for the different papers...You should be clear about the following points:For each type of question you need to apply the correct technique.