The IBC web is a university entrance level chemistry resource with notes on standard level and higher level topics, worked example exam questions, multiple choice test questions, animations, live help, etc, etc. Now updated with the 2009 syllabus and changes to IA criteria. Just click around and if you have difficulties use the contact form or the forum. Happy hunting and if you like what you find don't forget to... tell a friend.
New: Full notes for Core and Advanced Higher level notes (first examinations 2016) now uploaded - use the links to Syllabus 2016
New: A level chemistry website for students studying A' level chemistry.
Colourful Solutions is interactive chemistry software for students and educators. It has been developed by a team of experts to adjust to the requirements of pre-university chemistry students. It may be downloaded as a zip file using the buttons below.
Take the pain out of studying. Let the animations and examples sink in at the speed that you decide. Can't remember something. Simple! It's always there to repeat the lesson and try the example IB type questions as many times as you need.
These essential study aids contain:
- Interactive quick check tests
- Timed thematic tests
- Worked past examinations questions with clear explanations
- Bespoke (printable and editable) tests covering each topic area.
Everything that you need to know for the new IB (first examinations 2016) syllabus is now available on line. This initiative has been in response to the many Mac users who were not able to run the Colourful Solutions Interactive Software on the OS operating system.
Just mosey along over to the new Colourful Solutions web to join up now.
Interactive software for the new 2016 syllabus
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