Last year marked our 10th year of running IB Revision Courses in Australia. It was also a hugely successful year and we added Adelaide to Sydney and Melbourne as a course location. There is a fantastic IB community in the region and we are honoured that schools and students have responded so well to the support we offer.
Who is it for?
Students about to take their final IBDP Exams in November
2.5 days per subject
AU$695 (Non-residential, lunch in college)
AU$915 (Residential, half-board)
Largest IB Revision Course Worldwide
93% of teachers are IB Examiners
Students grouped according to ability
- 2.5 days per subject – 7 hours per day
- Attend up to 4 courses in Melbourne & Sydney and 3 in Adelaide – 1 subject per course
- Small groups (10 max)
- 2 hours of reviewed homework each night
Our classes are taught by experienced IBDP teachers from international schools across the world, who are experts in the standards required for being a success in the IB Diploma Programme.
Melbourne courses will be held at Queen’s College, University of Melbourne. Sydney courses will be held at New College and Shalom College, University of New South Wales. Adelaide courses will be held at Walford School. All colleges offer calm, focused, academic atmospheres with excellent facilities for students to work and to relax outside of classes.
Work on the key points you need to know and benefit from invaluable practice on IB exam questions and revision techniques.
Q. How will you teach me 2 years of work in 2.5 days?
A. We don't try to cover everything from your textbooks. The questionnaire you complete before attending and small class size, combined with the expert knowledge of your OSC teacher, allows us to tailor each class to the needs of the individual students attending.
Q. I am aiming for a (insert grade here), is this course right for me?
A. The size of the classes mean that no matter your level the class will move at the right pace for you. 43% of students who attend are achieving a Grade 4 or 5 in their subject and want to ensure they pass and boost their grades. 52% of students who attend are at Grade 6 or 7 and want to ensure they receive the top mark.