Learn the most commonly asked questions for each topic (and why mathematicians love forests so much :)
Get a huge advantage on the upcoming IB Biology exams
By breaking down every exam so far with an incredibly detailed analysis of each question. I’m happy to share the results with you, in order to help you prepare for YOUR exams. I’ll take what I learned from my insane spreadsheet and summarise the results for you!
I’ve mapped every single question from every single paper in the current IB Biology SL syllabus, to its relative topic and subtopic (e.g. Meiosis), and I even did an analysis of the difficulty of each question.
With that, I was able to learn some valuable trends and calculated the questions and subtopics that most likely will show up on the next exam, including how likely they are to be asked on Paper 1 vs Paper 2.
What you sign up for: 11 emails in 11 days for the 11 SL topics
It’s a lot to cover and I didn’t want to overwhelm you with a single ridiculous post. Instead, you’ll receive 11 emails from me over 11 days following this program:
Day 1: Cell biology
Day 2: Molecular biology
Day 3: Genetics
Day 4: Ecology
Day 5: Evolution and biodiversity
Day 6: Human physiology
Day 7: (HL only) Nuclei acid
Day 8: (HL only) Metabolism, cell respiration and photosynthesis
Day 9: (HL only) Plant Biology
Day 10: (HL only) Genetics and evolution
Day 11: (HL only) Animal Physiology
Each day, we will cover:
The most common questions and sub-topics
Breakdown of the details for that topic and specific tips and tricks for the exams
This way, you’ll know exactly what to revise when preparing for the exam. Because, let’s face it, you are likely overwhelmed with the sheer amount of material to cover. I’m here to help you get laser-focused on those exams, so you can finally think: IB awesome!
I liked that you guided learning from initial basic understanding to tackling complex problems when often school lessons drop you right in to the hard stuff too quickly – Sarah G., Torquay Grammar, England