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IB / IGCSE Coaching Classes


Sometimes students are not able to focus on their board exams due to competitive tests preparation and then they face a hard time during the Board Examinations. Board Exam marks are equally important as they will be considered for admission in good colleges for their higher grades and the importance of board exam marks does not go any less even after graduation and post-graduation as the companies see the overall academic background of the student, and for that it is very important for the students to be excellent in Board Exams.

  • Brush up all the important topics from the syllabus, so that whole syllabus is refreshed once.
  • Practicing of the list of most important and predicted questions from board point of view.
  • Discussion on time management and presentation of questions during the exam.
  • Solving mock board exam question papers and making a good conceptual fluency for Board Exams.


The IB Diploma Program is a challenging two-year curriculum for high school students. The International Baccalaureate® (IB) offers four high quality international education programmes to more than one million students in 146 countries. Juniors and seniors take six courses in the following subject groups: language; second language; experimental sciences; the arts; math and computer science; and individuals and societies. IB students also engage in three core requirements: an extended essay (4,000 words); theory of knowledge (interdisciplinary course); and creativity, action, service (community service). The IB Diploma Program helps you develop critical-thinking,independent learning, and research skills. IB courses aren’t about reciting facts and figures – the IB Diploma
Program helps you learn how to learn, and appreciate the process.

Course Details:

DP: The Diploma Program [Class 11 to Class 12]. 

  • Includes six subject groups Three core requirements in addition to passing the subject     group exams:
  • Extended Essay
  • Theory of Knowledge & Creativity
  • Action and Service.

Students are assessed in 2 ways:

  • Internally- by teachers through oral exercises, presentations and performances and
  • Externally – through extended essays, literature assignments, etc.

Subject Groups:

Group 1: Language - More than 80 languages have been offered as a language A1, with 45 being readily available for examination at both SL and HL

Group 2: 2nd Language - nearly 80 additional languages offered and may be studied at the following levels: A2 (SL or HL), B (SL or HL), or ab initio (SL only).

Group 3: Individuals and Societies – of nine courses offered at both the Standard level (SL) and Higher level (HL): Business and management, Economics, Geography, History, Information Technology in a Global Society, etc.

Group 4: Experimental Sciences - five courses, four of which are offered at both the Standard Level (SL) and Higher Level (HL) and one offered at SL only: Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and Design Technology, and Environmental Systems SL.

Group 5: Mathematics and Computer Sciences - consist of four different mathematics courses and two computer science courses.

Group 6: The Arts - consist of four courses at both Standard Level (SL) and Higher Level (HL): Music, Theatre, Visual Arts, and Film.

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