Geography IB SL Level 3 Group 3 at Tonbridge Grammar School
Geography is a study of the world around us and considers some of the major issues of our time: from globalisation to global warming. A key feature of the course is the interaction between people and the environment. It is often seen as an important bridging subject between the arts/humanities and the sciences.
At Standard Level, students will cover the same core and two of the option units.
All candidates should have GCSE Grade 6 or above (or its equivalent) in English, Mathematics, at least one Science and one language where studied. Where equivalence cannot be established the School will set appropriate I/GCSE papers to confirm that the applicant is capable of satisfying the academic profile required for the subjects to be studied and the IB Diploma Programme as a whole
Standard Level students have two written papers plus coursework.
Coursework is based on a single piece of fieldwork based enquiry and is worth 20% of Higher Level and 25% of Standard Level.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Tonbridge Grammar School directly.