The International Baccalaureate (IB) Chemistry exam is part of IB’s diploma program aimed at preparing students aged 16-19 for university level courses. The IB Chemistry diploma exam is assessed through both internal and external assessment. The number of questions per section is contingent upon candidate level; candidates may be at Standard Level (SL) or Higher Level (HL).
The IB Chemistry external assessment consists of three written papers.
• Paper 1 (multiple choice, 1 hour time allotment)
• Paper 2 ( data analysis, short answer and open question, 2.5 hour time allotment)
• Paper 3 (short answer and extended response, 1.25 hour time allotment).
The IB Chemistry course is assessed internally as well through practical work.
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