mistarobotics
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Mon Jan 29,2018 04:30 PM

My teacher has been focused on teaching only AP physics 1, and has been neglecting IB curriculum. Is there any resources I can use to help learn the topics for IB Physics SL? Thanks in advance.
l.castella
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Mon Jan 29,2018 09:48 PM

There are online IB books for all subjects (physics included) which provide really good material for any subject really:)
And about your teacher, maybe you could talk to your head of year about it?
l.castella
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Mon Jan 29,2018 09:51 PM

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BzitE5IVIDzVaVpDXzZqOGphc0k this is the link to all the books
and here you have the physics specific ones:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BzitE5IVIDzVcDdGcWtLNkRyTTA
hope it helps:)
It'sBeenSoLong
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Thu Feb 1,2018 04:47 AM

Also, try to do most of the exercises and find some videos explaining the main concepts. Khan Academy has some good one, but if you don't do a good amount of exercises it will be hard for you to know how to actually apply the formulas and etc. Also, try to find some past paper 1 and 2 examples online, so that you have a better idea of what exactly they will be testing you on... I hope this helps :)
It'sBeenSoLong
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Thu Feb 1,2018 04:54 AM

You could buy those past IB exams from the IBO store, or try to talk to your teacher and see if they can give you those past papers for practice
mistarobotics
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Thu Feb 1,2018 05:46 PM

Thanks for the replies! I'll be looking into those physics textbooks and the Khan Academy videos. Is there any physics textbook that you would recommend over the others?

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