previous product
next product

IB Economics: Skills and Practice: Oxford IB Diploma Program (International Baccalaureate) [E-book]


ISBN13: 9780199137657


We are keen to help teachers save!
Book Fairs register to have us host a book fair at your school.
SAMPLE BOOKS Request a sample copy of an IB resource
Share your IB Voice
Free USA Shipping
Written by an IB examiner and designed to solidify all the skills central to IB assessment, this focused study tool comprehensively matches the 2011 syllabus at SL and HL. Targeted skills development exercises and worked examples along with step-by-step support for the new quantitative element ensure exceptional achievement.

· Multiple activities to practice essential skills, improving exam performance
· Information on designing, selecting and using diagrams to explain challenging concepts
· Clarifies tricky terminology and guides the correct use of language
· Includes examples and model answers to ensure full comprehension and strengthen exam potential
· Detailed, step-by-step guidance on the new quantitative element of the syllabus to help students succeed
· Helpful guidance and advice on the Internal Assessment and the Extended Essay, ensuring high-quality work

About the Series:
IB Skills & Practice books are designed to provide IB students with a step-by-step approach to practicing the skills needed for success on exams. Oxford's IB Skills & Practice books are packed with guidance, assessment support, and practical tasks. Aligned with current syllabuses these indispensable books are a must-have for all IB students.

Ebook Technical Requirements:

In order to access ebooks, please download Adobe Digital Editions at Books can be viewed on PC, Mac or mobile device.

You can access your ebooks any time by logging into your website login and go to the ""My downloadable Products"" on the lower left-hand column. Please let us know if you have any problems

Author: Constantine Ziogas

Edition: Reprint edition

Language: English

Pages: 196 pages

Release date: August 23, 2012

Year: 2012