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All ib chemistry past papers

International Baccalaureate IB Chemistry Diploma Programme of Chemistry student exam revision help revision notes practice exam questions past papers. [ALL LINKS. Sharing and communicating information among all. Skip to content. Business and Management; Chemistry; Coordinators; Economics; English;. IB chemistry topical. Free Exam Papers Fror Every Qualification and Subject This is an index of my International Baccalaureate (IB) Past Paper collection. International Baccalaureate (IB) Past Papers with mark. Chemistry HL P1.pdf Past Papers I have ALL Past Papers / Mark-schemes for all. Extremely hard to find IB Past exam papers. I d love to get my hands on Chemistry SL papers as. Does anyone have chemistry p1 or p2 questions specific for a certain topic in chemistry? I mostly have past papers but as I have not yet studied all the cha.

I have ALL Past Papers / Mark-schemes for all subjects.

As you asked the question in English I am assuming you take all your subjects (except for languages) in English and thus would never have to change this. If however you take your Diploma in French or Spanish you'd have to check as I don't know the code for them.

TZ0: Last but not least, this shows the timezone you're in. As far as I remember correctly there are 3 timezones. The papers always differ from timezone to timezone (don't get these confused with actual timezones).

Hope this helped. If you have any other questions don't hesitate to ask.

Instead of these collections which can sometimes be a pain to look through I prefer to just type the code into google in order to find the past paper I need.

Those codes can be found at the top of the paper on every page and look something like this:


N13: This is the exam session. N stands for November and M stands for May. The number behind it is the year of the exam session. So this paper was from November 2013. The exam session of May 2016 would have M16 as a code

ECONO: This is the subject. In this case it stands for Economics. As far as I can tell it is always the first 5 letters of the subject (CHEMI, BIOLO) but for certain subjects such as languages this is different. You'd have to check on those…

HP1: This indicated the type of ppaper and the level of the paper. HP stands for Higher Level Paper and SP stands for Standard Level Paper.

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    05.15.17 • took my first and second ib exam papers • went to starbucks at lunch instead of studying • that bird was pretty swift

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    Throwback to IB papers

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    IB has taught me to subconsciously fluff all of my papers lol

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    IB GEO: I will stay after school tomorrow ( Tuesday ) for anyone that has questions or needs more time to review for Papers 1 and 2.

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    Why the hell is there a picture of scum on the news papers, fumming. There should only be the words "about time IB is Dead" thats too much!

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  7. Bokeyeg

    IB Philosophy Paper 1 was today. Hope it went well. Papers 2 and 3 tomorrow - wishing Riki, Jasper, Chris and Will the very best of luck!

  8. Luqekoza

    1170 minutes of testing, 13 papers, and 9 days later IB done!!!!

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    Psych: The finish line is here. Slow and steady wins the race. I believe in each of you. Now go rock papers 2 3. *2 claps*

  10. Bafurehex

    Good luck today IB Geographers with Papers 2 and 3! If the world is round, why does it have 4 corners?

  11. Miduzilo

    After 6 years, too many papers, and like a gallon of tears, I finally beat IB today!!

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