Physics Tuition for International Baccalaureate (IB) Students

The International Baccalaureate (IB) is an international educational foundation offered at over 30 schools in Singapore. Comprising of primary, middle, diploma and career-related programmes, the IB education offers a well-rounded transdisciplinary schooling curriculum. Physics is one of the many subjects offered to students on this educational route. In line with the syllabus followed, we offer Physics tuition to IB students in Year 5 and 6 who need extra coaching in the subject.

Physics at IB

IB encourages students to be avid inquirers. Using an experimental approach to learning, students learn Physics in a more holistic manner. Mirroring the teaching methods of IB education, our Physics tuition teachers will help to expand students’ ability in understanding the subject through hands-on learning. Our fully-equipped Physics lab gives students the opportunity to experiment on various theories and prepares students for their Practical Examination.

Physics can be a challenging subject, especially with all its complex theories, concepts and formulas. Our tuition classes aim to break down the content into comprehensible nuggets of information for students so that they can acquire a more solid understanding of the subject. From Measurements, Uncertainties and Mechanics to Waves, Electricity and Magnetism, our teaching methods applied in the tuition classes will help IB students handle tough questions for their Physics examinations.

International Baccalaureate (IB) Physics Tuition Class Schedule in Singapore

Yr 5 & 6 Physics

IB Yr 5 IB Yr 6
6.30pm - 8.30pm
(Mr Ram)
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If you are an IB student already in the middle of the schooling semester, it is never too late to enrol in Physics tuition. Give us a call if you need more information pertaining to our International Baccalaureate Physics tuition for Year 5 and 6 students.

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