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IB ES&S Revision Guide, Syllabus Outline, Chapter by Chapter Summaries

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Hey, IBS,

Here's the Skydrive link to all the study material I used for my ES&S exams in November. Hopefully they will be of use to those doing the exam in May.

http://sdrv.ms/QmqhqJ

I think the most useful folder is the Syllabus page; it has the course outline, glossaries, assessment statements, etc. It also has revision summaries for the entire course, which was compiled from the PearsonBacc, Oxford, and OSC Revision Guide books for ES&S. There's also PowerPoints, word documents, etc on certain topics. Enjoy studying :)

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Well, it is possible to take Standard Level exams in the first year if you are up to it and that is what this guy has been doing. You could have done it to @alefal (if your IB coordinator allowed you to and if you knew about it). For example if I did English B SL I think I would do my exams the first year because I would have more time to focus on my other subjects the second year.

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Hello

Please stick to the topic under discussion and if you want to discuss things that have nothing to do with the topic, please do so through PM's. If this goes on, I'll have to close the topic.

Cheers,

Kim Luffy

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this is great I'm sure many people would benefit. Does anyone by any chance know something like this for Biology HL/SL?

thanks ;)

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