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Re: IB Resources
Thank you both for your replies. I am still trying to get my log in from the school which is why I havent been able to get onto the OCC which I have heard is the best place to get the info I need. I will hopefully get this soon and will be able to access this soon!
Re: IB Resources
Hi Nicola, IMO the OCC suggested above has plenty of good resources but they are often fairly difficult to find. There is a IB chemistry blog by Geoff Neuss called Inthinking which is good and there are many excellent teaching resources on www.ibchem.com and its resource site www.colourful-solutions.com, along with a help-line for specific questions. Cheers, CC