The StudyIB Maths Studies site is a web based learning resource for students, packed with resources to help you to improve your understanding and performance.
The site is written by Jim Noble, a hugely experienced Maths Studies teacher, and it has been designed to support student learning from the beginning of the course until the final exams. It is clearly organised by s yllabus topic, simple, attractive layout, and is optimised for mobile devices.
The site includes:
- 200+ Teaching videos covering the key concepts on the syllabus.
- 200+ Slides with visual explanations and examples.
- 200+ Onscreen practice questions with feedback.
- 50+ Revision cards.
- 50+ original exam-style questions with video solutions.
- Regular updates with more videos and questions going up every month.
Teaching videos allow you to review key concepts you have learned in class.These thoughtful, well-paced, demonstrations and explanations, which you can watch again and again, are designed to make you think and improve your understanding.
Visual slides back up the videos with you can see visual notes that describe and summarise the key ideas.
On-screen quizzes enable you to check your understanding of ideas by giving you instant feedback and advice. Return to them as often as you like.
Revision flashcards boil the syllabus down to key points which help you to review as exams approach.
Exam-style questions which you can try out on paper yourself and then check your answers against the video solutions.
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- Calculator skills
- Exam Advice
- Geometric Sequences
- Probability parts 1 and 2
- Calculus concept
- Right angled trigonometry
- Chi Squared independence tests
- Quadratic models
All access! The basic + chapters on:
- Linear models
- Exponential models
- Non right angled trigonometry
- Volume and Surface area
- Symbolic Logic
- Set theory
- Cumulative Frequency
- Correlation and regression
- The Normal Distribution
- Arithmetic Sequences
- Sets of Numbers
- Calculus Part 2
- Calculus Part 3
Watch our introductory video
About the site authors
Jim Noble is the Head of Mathematics at the International School of Toulouse (IST), where he teaches students from 11 to 18 years old at all levels of Mathematics. Jim has is a passionate supporter of the Mathematical Studies course and its spirit of mathematics for all.
Rebecca Baker has been a Mathematics teacher for 10 years and has taught the IB Diploma for 7, both as a Maths teacher and as a TOK teacher. She is particularly interested in how memory works for students and how different types of explanations can enhance student learning.