Getting used to the rigor of the material and IB-style questions can be challenging, especially for a fast-paced course like Mathematics SL. Tokyo Academics is offering a specialized International Baccalaureate course in Mathematics Standard Level.
Our Spring 2017 IB Mathematics SL course covers topics typically covered in the second term of Grade 11: unit circles and radian measure, trigonometric functions and identities, vectors and vector applications, and more.
Practice through past IB exam questions: Get used to seeing IB-style Paper 1 (non-calculator) and Paper 2 (calculator) questions in preparation for your real and mock examinations.
Revision of Grade 11 Term 1 topics: quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, binomial theorem, non-right angle trigonometry, sequences and series.
Guidance on IB Internal Assessments: All IB Math SL students hand in a math project for assessment to the IB, worth 20% of the final IB Mathematic course grade. Many schools require students to hand in 2 or 3 of these as practice.
Class meets twice a week on Sunday mornings and Wednesdasy evenings. Sessions begin January 15th and continue until the end of the Semester in June 2017.