IB Math helps students to focus on developing an analytical and comprehensive understanding of mathematics so that they can link and correlate different areas of mathematics and use them to solve different types of abstract questions. However, the IB Math course is for students who have more inclination towards statistics & probability and who are willing to opt for economics or business or humanities-related courses after their higher secondary. In mathematics, it becomes very important to be organized, focused, and make learning exciting.
The IB Math syllabus consists of 6 topics which are:
- Statistics and Probability
Manya – The Princeton Review has well-trained teams of IB Maths tutors, before class begins our tutors set a target or goal for the IB Math class which has certain norms, followed by connecting and sharing of content and information. A warm-up session is held to review the concepts or topics covered in previous classes, followed by a gradual transition learning period. During the learning period, the IB Maths tutor follows the “You do”, “We do” and then “I do” approach. Students are given the opportunity to solve the Maths problem first rather than be told how to do it through practice exercises. Post the wrap-up session practice exercises and assessments are assigned to students to complete and provide their responses with reasoning.