Subjects and schedule

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Revise one, two or three IB subjects with an expert tutor across a 5-day period.

A flexible schedule of subjects

Each subject at the Spring DP1 Revision Course has been split into topic-specific classes. Where possible, we split HL & SL students (always for Maths), and small classes mean you'll focus on the topics which matter to you!

Classes run for 2 hours each day, and take place in the mornings, afternoons or evenings for a flexible schedule that fits most time zones.

Course Schedule

Our online course is divided into 3 sessions, allowing you to study each subject for 5 days. You could study up to 3 subjects per course, in the morning, afternoon and evening, but we recommend spacing your study out where possible to maximise your focus and energy level

Spring DP1 Schedule - each course runs for 5 days

Morning session 9.00-11.00 AM BST
Afternoon session 12.00-2.00 PM BST
Evening session 3.00-5.00 PM BST
18th-22nd April
10 hours / course
Biology SL
Biology HL
Physics SL
Physics HL
Business Management SL
Business Management HL
Chemistry SL
Chemistry HL
Economics SL
Economics HL
Maths: A&A SL
Maths: A&A HL
Maths: A&I SL
Maths: A&I HL

Looking for another IB subject?

If you'd like to cover another subject at the Spring Revision Course which isn't listed here, you can email to discuss your options.


Our biology workshops will be split between SL and HL students, and will focus on the core syllabus content. Tutors will use a combination of diagrams, examples, case studies, drawn graphs and representations to explain each biological concept or system in detail, and also to explore the links between different topics.
• Cell Biology
• Molecular Biology
• Genetics
• Ecology & Evolution
• Human Physiology    

1. Overview

Business Management

Our business management workshops are centred around the exploration of business case                                    studies and examining real organisations Tutors will take a practical approach so that students can develop transferable skills including thinking critically, appreciating change, and undertaking analysis & evaluation.
• Business Organization & Environment
• Human Resource Management
• Finance & Accounts
• Marketing
• Operations Management 

1. Overview


Chemistry is a subject where topics are closely related, and understanding of the foundations is crucial to understanding the subject as a whole. Workshops cover everything from the core fundamentals of atomic structure, stoichiometry, and bonding, through to more advanced topics including kinetics and acids and bases. Boost your confidence and deepen your knowledge by choosing specific topic classes, or attend for a full week for a comprehensive overview of the subject so far.
• Stoichiometry + Measurement & Processing
• Atomic Structure + Periodicity
• Chemical Bonding & Structure
• Energetics + Kinetics
• Acids & Bases   

1. Overview


Economics is a dynamic social science. The study of economics is essentially about dealing with scarcity, resource allocation and the methods and processes by which choices are made in the satisfaction of human wants. As a social science, tutors will use scientific ethodologies that include quantitative and qualitative elements. Workshops 1 - 4 are suitable for HL and SL students, and workshop 5 focuses on HL only content.
• Microeconomics
• Macroeconomics
• International Trade
• Development Economics
• HL Only Content   

1. Overview


IB English students can study Literature or Language & Literature courses, and we have workshops suitable for either or both routes. As there is a huge variety in the texts studied by schools, our workshops will focus on developing the key skills and techniques required by all English students. By looking at past papers, responding to many unseen texts, and creating and sharing plans and drafts, as well as critiquing example essays, students will be able to refine their approach to questions, their use of quotes and evidence, and their formal writing style.
• Poetry Unseen (Literature)
• Prose Unseen (Both)
• Writing and Analysis Skills (Both)
• Paper 2 and Oral Assessment (Both)
• Non-Literary Texts (Language & Literature only)

1. Overview

Environmental Systems & Societies

ESS is a fascinating cross-discipline subject, combining both aspects of both the sciences and humanities. You will delve deeply into all aspects of the living world, looking at a variety of biomes and their species diversity, the movement of energy through the environment, and the delicate equilibria of environmental systems like the water and nitrogen cycles. The subject also analyses the human impact on these systems, how resource management influences human populations, and the current and future impacts of human-caused issues like pollution and climate change.
• The Ecosystem and Ecology
• Biodiversity and Conservation
• Systems - Water, Soil, Atmosphere
• Resource Use & Human Population Dynamics
• Pollution Management & Global Warming 

1. Overview


Our Geography Modules will cover both Standard and Higher level material, including core content and four of the most popular options. Tutors will use a combination of case studies and real life examples, drawn from the experiences of the students, to explain geographic concepts. Combining this with online teaching resources and past papers, these modules present the ideal way to brush up on one or several parts of the Geography syllabus before heading into the final year of your studies.
• Core Content
• Freshwater Option
• Leisure, Sport and Tourism Option
• Food and Health Option
• Urban Areas Option 

1. Overview

Maths Analysis & Approaches

Maths is a mandatory subject at the IB, and fluency and confidence in maths will benefit you across your IB, whether that's in physics, economics, or design technology lessons. Our maths workshops are always taught in HL or SL only groups, so that the pace of sessions and the content covered is suitable for your needs. Tutors will use interactive whiteboards to solve problems as a group and draw diagrams and graphs in real-time. Tutors for maths have all been trained on the new syllabus by an IB maths examiner and have a thorough understanding of the content covered in each route and level.
• Number and Algebra
• Functions
• Geometry and Trigonometry
• Probability and Statistics
• Calculus    

1. Overview

Maths Applications & Interpretation

Maths Applications and Interpretations is an interesting reinvention of the IB's approach to Maths teaching, and staying on top of the material is crucial to successfully mastering this relatively new syllabus. Workshops will cover all of the core material, from algebra and functions, through to probability and statistics, while also focusing on learning key skills, calculator tricks, and how to ace your Internal Assessments. Boost your confidence and deepen your knowledge by choosing specific topic classes.
• Number and Algebra
• Functions and Calculus
• Geometry and Trigonometry
• Statistics
• Probability   

1. Overview


Our online physics workshops will cover the entire core syllabus, and are split by level so that HL students can cover the additional content that they need. Each class is focused on a different area within the syllabus, meaning you can choose to boost your understanding of a particular topic or attend the full week of classes for a more comprehensive review. Tutors will cover the content needed, and work through examples as a group to deepen your understanding, before using past paper questions to practice applying your knowledge to the range of questions the IB can give you in the final exams.
• Measurements and Uncertainties; Mechanics
• Thermal Physics; Energy Production
• Waves; Wave Phenomena
• Electricity and Magnetism; Electromagnetic Induction
• Circular Motion and Gravitation; Fields

1. Overview


Psychology classes at the Mid-IB Tuition Programme are suitable for both HL and SL students and will cover the core psychology syllabus topics in depth, as well as provide lots of practice in analysis and essay writing skills. The first class is on research methodologies and exam technique, as the ability to critically analyse research and select and apply examples as justification for theories is crucial throughout all IB psychology topics. Classes then focus on different levels of analysis, from biological to cultural, to build up a comprehensive understanding of  the range of factors that affect and produce human thoughts, feelings, and                                    behaviours.
• Research Methods and Exam Techniques
• Biological Level of Analysis
• Cognitive Analysis
• Sociocultural Analysis

1. Overview

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