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International Baccalaureate

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Welcome IB Diploma students!

This will be the main page for study guides, education resources and revision notes created for the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBDP) on Wikibooks. Find out more about the program from the IB Organization. If you want, find out about Wikibooks.

The aim is to collaborate to create a great resource for IBDP students and teachers to make their learning, study and teaching easier. There are many things to be done and everyone can contribute using the "Edit this page" button at the top of the pages.

  • To quickly become useful, we are making a compendium of the best sites on the internet with IBDP resources. This is available at the bottom of this page. If you already use a good site, go to 'edit this page' and share it with everyone by adding it to the list! You can use these pages as a starting point for creating your own notes to contribute (they provide headings to work under) but don't copy copyrighted material.
  • Begin writing pages for the IBDP subjects you know about. Write what you feel will help other students. There is no need to be perfect or comprehensive, notes can be built on and revised many times by many people. Go through your own notes or textbook and for each chapter add concise notes on concepts that need to be understood. Use headings or numbers as from your textbook or syllabus outline from the websites listed below.

IBDP Subjects on Wikibooks[edit | edit source]

Click on these links and then refer to your notes or text book and start writing! Writing concise and good explanations is a way of studying for your exams.

Please note: Any IB syllabus statements included here are NOT under any free license and remain property of the IBO. They are reproduced here for personal study purposes only.

Group 1 - Language and Literature[edit | edit source]

Group 2 - Language Acquisition[edit | edit source]

Group 3 - Individuals and Societies[edit | edit source]

Group 4 - Sciences[edit | edit source]

Group 5 - Mathematics[edit | edit source]

Group 6 - Arts[edit | edit source]

Theory of Knowledge[edit | edit source]

Extended Essay[edit | edit source]

Textbooks[edit | edit source]

IB Resources on the Internet[edit | edit source]

Aim to include links to only the best guides to each subject. Use these as a basis for building up the notes on this website.

General IB Sites








Business Studies



Computer Science

  • IB Computing.com - Comprehensive coverage of the entire syllabus for teachers and students - updated in June 2007, open access with an interactive section powered by Moodle