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IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches

  • Course level: Mathematics
  • Categories IB

Description

The aim of the IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches course, is to develop an understanding of the concepts, principles and nature of mathematics in order to communicate mathematics clearly and confidently, thus developing logical and creative thinking, and problem solving capabilities. Furthermore, the course will develop a consciousness of how developments in technology and mathematics influence each other. 

1:1 and Group Classes

We teach a hybrid model of solo and regular timetabled group classes (currently online). We assess the individual needs of every student and, partnering with parents, mutually decide on an appropriate course of study for the student. Our general recommendation is that students start their learning in a group class and once core theory has been understood, group sessions can be complemented with solo classes to consolidate learning and address any specific concerns.

What Will I Learn?

  • Mastery of core curriculum topics
  • Unique question-specific strategies
  • Exam techniques practiced through extensive question practice and personalised feedback
  • Time management strategies
  • An applied understanding and appreciation of the subject beyond the syllabus
  • Lifelong subject and interdisciplinary skills
  • How to achieve excellent grades

Topic Areas For This Subject

Number and Algebra

Learn the different number systems, rounding and decimal approximations; manipulation of algebraic expressions, including factorization and expansion; solve systems of linear equations in two variables, etc.

Functions

Geometry and Trigonometry

Statistics and Probability

Calculus

Ideal For

This course is designed for Grade 11 and 12 students studying the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP). The course is suitable for students studying this subject at either a higher level (HL) or standard level (SL).