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Mathematics Tutors: Top Class IB Tutors provides high quality Math tutors across all levels; from KS1 to university and postgraduate level. Although Math tutors are most commonly needed to support students prior to IB, mathematics AI and AA IGCSE, AP, AS, GCSE and A levels our private tutors can prepare students for any exam from SATS in year 2 to common entrance (11/13+) exams for independent private schools or even university entrance assessments. The different areas of math that our tutors offer are IB DP HL/SL AI AA, Studies, IGCSE, ICSE, CBSE, AP, AS, O/A Level, GCSE, ACT, SAT, GMAT, GRE, EDEXCEL, IIT-JEE, AIEEE, Engineering, CAT, MBA, Statistics, BA, B.Com, CA, CS, CPT, ICWA, etc.

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Our Physics tutors can offer general or specific support in any area of Physics. Our physics tutors can cover the syllabus from KS1 to GCSE, IGCSE, IB DP HL/SL, AP, AS, A levels and university and postgraduate level. Physics tutors are often used for tutoring students through GCSE or A level examinations; this includes either combined or triples sciences at foundation or higher levels. Our physics tutors can also prepare students for any exam from SATs in year 2 to common entrance exams for independent private schools (11/13+) or even university entrance assessments. At a higher level physics tends to become more focused and many of our tutors are able to concentrate on more specific areas, from the study of energy and force to nuclear physics. Our physics tutors develop a tailored programme of tuition for each student which starts by completing an Individual Tuition Plan (ITP) with the student during the first tutoring session in order to determine what specific areas need to be covered and to define the tuition goals and objectives. The different areas of Physics that our tutors offer are IB DP HL/SL Studies, IGCSE, ICSE, CBSE, AP, AS, O/A Level, GCSE, ACT, SAT II, GRE, EDEXCEL, IIT-JEE, Engineering, AIEEE, PMT, etc.

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At a higher level chemistry tends to become more focused and many of our chemistry tutors are able to concentrate on more specific areas to elementary level; covering anything from neurochemistry to the study of subatomic particles. Our chemistry tutors develop a tailored programme of tuition for each student which starts by completing an Individual Tuition Plan (ITP) with the student during the first tutoring session in order to determine what specific areas need to be covered and to define the tuition goals and objectives. The different areas of Chemistry that our tutors offer are IB DP HL/SL Studies, IGCSE, ICSE, CBSE, AP, AS, O/A Level, GCSE, ACT, SAT II, GRE, EDEXCEL, IIT-JEE, AIEEE, Engineering, PMT, CAT, etc.

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Private tutoring for English is very popular and our English tutors are able to cover many areas; Creative Writing, Language, Literature, English as a Foreign Language (EFL), English as a Second Language (ESL), TOEFL, IELTS, Writing, Spoken English, Personality Development, etc. Our English tutoring covers all levels from basic reading and writing at KS1 (primary/preparatory) to university and postgraduate levels. Although English tutors are most commonly used to support students prior to GCSEs and A levels, our private tutors are also experienced at preparing students for most exams from SATs and 7/8+ entrance exams to common entrance for independent schools (11/13+) and grammar school 11+. If English isn’t your first language we have many qualified tutors who can offer tutoring for EFL or ESL. The different areas of English that our tutors offer are IB DP HL/SL Studies, IGCSE, ICSE, CBSE, AP, AS, O/A Level, GCSE, ACT, SAT, GMAT, GRE, EDEXCEL, CAT, BA, etc.

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Our biology tutors can offer general or specific support in any area of biology; Anatomy, Botany, Genetics, Human, Immunology, Microbiology, Physiology, Zoology. Our biology tutors can also prepare students for any exam from SATs in year 2 to common entrance exams. The different areas of Biology that our tutors offer are IB DP HL/SL Studies, IGCSE, ICSE, CBSE, AP, AS, O/A Level, GCSE, ACT, SAT II, GRE, EDEXCEL, PMT, etc.

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Students who choose to study Economics do so for a variety of reasons, one of which is the wide range of careers that are opened up to graduates. An A-Level in economics often leads to a degree course in the same subject and this in turn can lead to a multitude of job opportunities including positions in accountancy, finance, stocks & shares, the IT industry and teaching. Students who take economics also tend to take math, sociology, English and occasionally politics and law to compliment their studies. Admittedly economics is an in-depth subject and requires a lot of hard work however the potential benefits are easily worth it. The different areas of Economics that our tutors offer are IB DP HL/SL Studies, IGCSE, ICSE, CBSE, AP, AS, O/A Level, GCSE, ACT, SAT II, GRE, EDEXCEL, MBA, BA, etc.

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Business studies have always been a popular subject at A-Level and GSCE, many students go on to study business and related subjects at university. There are hundreds of careers open to graduates including management, accountancy, marketing and strategy planning and because of the nature of the subject there are always good positions available. Most students take business studies in conjunction with economics, IT and English however it can complement virtually any other subject. If students have ambitions to run their own company in the future then business studies is a great place to start. The different areas of Business Studies that our tutors offer are IB DP HL/SL Studies, IGCSE, ICSE, CBSE, AP, AS, O/A Level, GCSE, ACT, SAT II, GRE, EDEXCEL, MBA, BA, etc.

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The internal assessment is a very important aspect of the IB Geography course. For SL students it accounts for 25% of the final mark and for the HL students it accounts or 20% of the final mark. The length of the internal assessment is 2,500 words for both HL and SL students. The recommended time allocation for the internal assessment is 20 hours. The internal assessment gives student an opportunities to demonstrate their skill level and subject knowledge. Primary research has to be carried out as part of the internal assessment.

The EE requirements for Geography have recently changed.

A Geography Extended Essay requires:-

  • a spatial emphasis
  • geographical theory and methodology
  • geographical sources
  • geographical concepts, theories and ideas

Geography EE are now assessed using the same criteria for all EEs:-

  • Criterion A - research question
  • Criterion B - introduction
  • Criterion C - investigation
  • Criterion D - knowledge and understanding of the topic studied
  • Criterion E - reasoned argument
  • Criterion F - application of analytical and evaluative skills appropriate to the subject
  • Criterion G - use of language appropriate to the subject
  • Criterion H - conclusion
  • Criterion I - formal presentation
  • Criterion J - abstract
  • Criterion k - holistic judgement

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Engineering is the practical application of science and math to solve problems, and it is everywhere in the world around you. From the start to the end of each day, engineering technologies improve the ways that we communicate, work, travel, stay healthy, and entertain ourselves. There are a number of subfields encompassed by engineering. Among these are Computer Science, IT, Electronics & Communication, Mechanical, Electrical, civil, aerospace, materials and chemical engineering. We have specialist Engineers for each subject/ branch with graduate, post graduate, or PhD degree along with wide experience in academia and industry. If you are an engineering student and looking for Engineering assignment help, Engineering homework help, Engineering projects, Engineering presentation, you can contact us for help. You can submit your Engineering Assignment, Engineering homework, project or presentation at topclassibtutors.com. We have well experienced engineering tutors available to help you in all engineering subjects.

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IB ToK Essay
 


Keep the following guidelines in mind:

  • the word count is 1600 words. This includes quotations.

  • You have to write down the number of words when you submit the essay.

  • The examiner will not read past 1600 words.

  • references, maps/charts/illustrations and bibliographies are not included in the word count.

  • You can choose any standard referencing system, but be consistent with the one you chose

To avoid possible disappointment, there are three very important things to keep in mind. Firstly, you should answer the question as it is. If you change the nature of the essay question or go off into your own direction, you risk losing a lot of marks. The examiner will assess the essay against the prescribed title. So, if you write something completely different, you may even get a 0. Regularly (and explicitly) bring your essay back to the essay question. Secondly, you should make sure that your essay is about "how we know". This means that you should not write lots of facts and information in the style of an answer to an exam question of an IB DP subject. You should also avoid writing an essay in the style of your EE. Your TOK essay is a reflective, analytical essay about how we know. Finally, you should write clearly. You may think you can impress the examiner with difficult words and complex grammar, because you feel that TOK is an intellectual subject.  However, if what you write makes no sense, you won"t get many marks. Re-read your work or ask a friend to see whether they understand what you mean. Ultimately, the IB ToK course is assessed by two components; TOK essay and TOK exhibition.

- TOK essay is of 1200-1600 words, written on a title chosen from a list of six offered by the IB.  TOK essay carries 67% worth of your final TOK grade.

Although the TOK essay titles are not out yet, I am giving specimen essay titles

1. How important are the opinions of experts in the search for knowledge? Answer with reference to the arts and one other area of knowledge.
2. Is the division of the natural sciences and mathematics into separate areas of knowledge artificial?
3. When historians and natural scientists say that they have explained something, are they using the word “explain” in the same way?
4. Are there fewer ethical constraints on the pursuit of knowledge in the arts than in the human sciences?
5. How do
our expectations impact our interpretations? Discuss with reference to history and one other area of knowledge.
6. To what extent do you agree with the claim that “knowledge is of no value unless you put it into practice” (Anton Chekhov)? Answer with reference to two areas of knowledge.

The TOK Exhibition:

The "brand new" TOK exhibition is worth 33% of the grades. It is assessed internally, but moderated externally. The exhibition aims to assess how you can apply TOK concepts to the real world. You have to complete the exhibition individually (no group work!) and make sure no one in your TOK class/school uses the same objects/images in their exhibition. In short, the TOK exhibition is a live or virtual exhibition of three objects based on one "IA prompt". You should choose one prompt from the list below (it must be exactly from this list- DO NOT change the wording) and find three objects or images of objects that relate to this prompt. 
You also have to create a document with the title of your IA prompt, the images of the three objects, a commentary on each object that identifies each object and its specific real-world context. The comment should also justify the inclusion of the object in the exhibition and explain the links to the IA prompt. Finally, you should also include appropriate citations and references. The total word count for this document is 950 words (excluding references).

To create the exhibition you should follow three steps:

1) Choose the IA prompt and (images of) objects,
2) Prepare the documents for moderation
3) Showcase the exhibition.


1 a) Choose the IA prompts from the list of prescribed IA prompts (see below).

As a first step in the exhibition process, you should choose the IA prompt you will use to connect the three objects to. Remember that all three (images of) objects should relate to the same prompt. The same prompts remain available for the duration of this specification (this means that they don"t change every year, as opposed to the essay titles). The idea is that you link the prompts to the TOK themes you have learned in class. So, when you choose a prompt, consider how you may be able to relate it to themes such as knowledge and the knower, knowledge and technology etc.




You have to choose one of the following prompts:
Be careful: The chosen prompt must be used exactly as given; it must not be altered in any way !!!
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  1. What counts as knowledge?
  2. Are some types of knowledge more useful than others?
  3. What features of knowledge have an impact on its reliability?
  4. On what grounds might we doubt a claim?
  5. What counts as good evidence for a claim?
  6. How does the way that we organize or classify knowledge affect what we know?
  7. What are the implications of having, or not having, knowledge?
  8. To what extent is certainty attainable?
  9. Are some types of knowledge less open to interpretation than others?
  10. What challenges are raised by the dissemination and/or communication of knowledge?
  11. Can new knowledge change established values or beliefs?
  12. Is bias inevitable in the production of knowledge?
  13. How can we know that current knowledge is an improvement upon past knowledge?
  14. Does some knowledge belong only to particular communities of knowers?
  15. What constraints are there on the pursuit of knowledge?
  16. Should some knowledge not be sought on ethical grounds?
  17. Why do we seek knowledge?
  18. Are some things unknowable?
  19. What counts as a good justification for a claim?
  20. What is the relationship between personal experience and knowledge?
  21. What is the relationship between knowledge and culture?
  22. What role do experts play in influencing our consumption or acquisition of knowledge?
  23. How important are material tools in the production or acquisition of knowledge?
  24. How might the context in which knowledge is presented influence whether it is accepted or rejected?
  25. How can we distinguish between knowledge, belief and opinion?
  26. Does our knowledge depend on our interactions with other knowers?
  27. Does all knowledge impose ethical obligations on those who know it?
 
 
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