Updated Colourful Solutions Web
Update July 2023 - Migration to new servers - please forgive any 404s or downtime.
The IBC website will be redesigned to fulfill the requirements of the new syllabus, but the current cohort taking the exams in May 2024 will still be able to access the legacy syllabus.
The Colourful Solutions Website is now activated at, ColSol where you can find unlimited
- Past-paper examination questions
- Computer timed self-tests on all topics. Marking and feedback directly to your email and displayed on-screen.
- Computer generated questions for students and teachers on all topics
- Video explanations of concepts and content.
- Notes on both the legacy syllabus and the new (first examination 2025) syllabus.
- Worked examples on all concepts and content.
Colourful Solutions Preview.
The IBC web is a university entrance level chemistry resource with notes on standard level and higher level topics.
For home study, questions, quizzes and interactive revision resources go to the Colourful Solutions Interactive Web.
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