IB Chemistry SL - 2024 - Questionbank
The IB Chemistry SL (Standard Level) 2024 Questionbank is a great source of practice questions, coming from the entire syllabus! Each question comes with a clear markscheme and solution video, with an experienced IB teacher going through the question step-by-step. The questions are organized by topic and arranged by difficulty, making it the perfect resource for studying a particular concept.
1.1 - Matter & Chemical Change
Elements, Compounds, Mixtures, Balancing Chemical Equations, States of Matter at a Particle Level, Changes of State
2.1 - The Nuclear Atom
Atomic Structure, Subatomic Particles, Isotopes, Atomic Number, Mass Number, Mass Spectra Analysis
3.1 - Periodic Table
PT Structure, Metals, Non-Metals, Metalloids, Electron Configuration of an Atom & its Element’s Position on the PT
4.1 - Ionic Bonding & Structure
Ionic Compounds, Polyatomic Ions, Ionic Bonding, Electrostatic Attraction between Oppositely Charged Ions
4.2 - Covalent Bonding
Single, Double, & Triple Covalent Bonds, Bond Length, Bond Strength (Bond Enthalpy), Bond Polarity
4.3 - Covalent Structures
Lewis Structures, VSEPR, Electron Domains, Molecular Geometry, Bond Angles, Giant Molecules, Resonance, Coordinate Bonds
4.4 - Intermolecular Forces
London Forces, Dipole–Dipole Forces, Hydrogen Bond, Covalent Compounds (Properties, Structure, Intermolecular Forces)
5.1 - Measuring Energy Changes
Endothermic & Exothermic Reactions, Enthalpy Change, Specific Heat Capacity, Calorimetry, Enthalpy of Combustion
8.1 - Theories of Acids & Bases
Bronsted-Lowry Acid, Bronsted-Lowry Base, Amphiprotic Species, Conjugate Acid-Base Pair
8.2 - Properties of Acids & Bases
Acids with Metals, Metal Oxides, Metal Hydroxides & Hydrogen Carbonates, Neutralization, Acid-Base Titration, Indicators
8.4 - Strength of Acids & Bases
Properties of Strong Acids & Bases, Properties of Weak Acids & Bases
9.1 - Oxidation & Reduction
Redox Reactions & Titration, Oxidizing & Reducing Agents, Oxidation Number, Activity Series, Transition Metals Compounds
10.1 - Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry
Homologous Series, Structural Isomers, Functional Groups, Saturated & Unsaturated Compounds, IUPAC
11.1 - Uncertainties & Errors in Measurement & Results
Random & Systematic Errors, Precision & Accuracy, Percentage Error, Uncertainties, Significant Figures
11.2 - Graphical Techniques
Independent & Dependent Variables, Graph Analysis & Interpretation of Experimental Results, Plot Graphs
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What is the IB Chemistry SL Questionbank?
The IB Chemistry SL Questionbank is a comprehensive set of IB Chemistry exam style questions, categorised into syllabus topic and concept, and sorted by difficulty of question. The bank of exam style questions are accompanied by high quality step-by-step markschemes and video tutorials, taught by experienced IB Chemistry teachers. The IB Chemistry SL Question bank is the perfect exam revision resource for IB students looking to practice IB Chemistry exam style questions in a particular topic or concept in their IB Chemistry Standard Level course.
Where should I start in the Chemistry SL Questionbank?
The IB Chemistry SL Questionbank is designed to help IB students practice Chemistry SL exam style questions in a specific topic or concept. Therefore, a good place to start is by identifying a concept that you would like to practice and improve in and go to that area of the Chemistry SL Question bank. For example, if you want to practice Chemistry SL exam style questions covering Electron Configuration, you can go to Chemistry SL Topic 2 (Atomic Structure) and go to the Electron Configuration area of the question bank. On this page there is a carefully designed set of IB Chemistry SL exam style questions, progressing in order of difficulty from easiest to hardest. If you’re just getting started with your revision, you could start at the top of the page with the easiest questions, or if you already have some confidence, you could start at the medium difficulty questions and progress down.
How should I use the Chemistry SL Questionbank?
The Chemistry SL Questionbank is perfect for revising a particular topic or concept, in-depth. For example, if you wanted to improve your knowledge of Electron Configuration, there are over 20 IB Chemistry SL exam style questions focused specifically on this concept. Alternatively, Revision Village also has an extensive library of Chemistry SL Practice Exams, where students can simulate the length and difficulty of an IB exam with the Mock Exam sets, as well as Chemistry SL Key Concepts, where students can learn and revise the underlying theory, if missed or misunderstood in class.
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With an extensive and growing library of full length IB Chemistry SL exam style questions in the Chemistry SL Question bank, finishing all of the questions would be a fantastic effort, and you will be in a great position for your final exams. If you were able to complete all the questions in the Chemistry SL Question bank, then a popular option would be to go to the Chemistry SL Practice Exams section on Revision Village and test yourself with the Mock Exam Papers, to simulate the length and difficulty of an actual IB Chemistry SL exam.