- English: Diverging styles: comparing Keats and Frost
- Spanish: Spain’s many languages
- Philosophy: What is freedom?
- Design technology: What is classic design?
- TOK: Top ten tips for your presentation
- Mathematics: Modelling data
- Music: Comparing pieces of music
- Business management: The six key concepts
- Extended essay: Unpacking the EE assessment
- From IB to university: Recognition in the Asia–Pacific region
- TOK: Ways of knowing within scientific study
- Student to student: More is better?
- TOK: Uncovering differences and similarities
“Simply the finest all-round magazine for IB students.” Dr Paul Ellis, Deputy Head i/c IB Diploma, Stonyhurst College.
Inspiration and study support for curious and inquiring IB Diploma students. IB Review is written by top IB subject experts from across the globe. With a subscription you will receive four issues each year that offer articles and activities across each of the subject groups, a regular TOK focus and much more.
Why students will love IB Review:
- Expert exam advice to help students score 7s in their written examinations
- Ten things that make IB examiners weep
- Making the most of the IBDP in your university applications
- Theory of knowledge articles and questions throughout the magazine tie the groups together and achieve the holistic experience at the heart of the IB diploma
- IB experts provide essential assessment support such as how to deliver a great IOP and IOC, and how to ace your science exams
- Interviews with recent IB Alumni show where an IB education can take you
Why teachers will find IB Review an essential purchase:
- It’s a great way to support the cross-subject delivery of TOK
- Encourages the independent learning at the heart of IB philosophy
- Provides additional levels of assessment support
- Comes with free online extras that are ideal for starter material.