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The Theory of Knowledge (TOK) course is typically one of the most challenging components of the International Baccalaureate. Whilst the improvements to skills such as critical thinking and oral presentation are thoroughly rewarding, it is often difficult for students to get their heads around the unconventional content, teaching and examination style. An expert TOK tutor will help your child to get to grips with the ‘Ways of Knowing’ and ‘Areas of Knowledge’, amongst other TOK ideas. At the same time, with their exhaustive understanding of IB assessment, they will give guidance on techniques and skills for the 1200-1600 word essay and the ten minute presentation to ensure the best possible performance.

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Meet A Typical Theory of Knowledge

Torsten

After scoring an impressive 39 out of a possible 45 points in his IB diploma, Torsten went on to study Economics and Social Studies at the University of Manchester. Since then, he completed a Masters in Sociology at Cambridge, and is now working towards his doctorate at the same university. Alongside his studies, Torsten has tutored IB students in subjects as diverse Biology, English and Psychology. With a deep understanding of the IB curriculum, Torsten has mentored IB students in both Britain and Denmark, guiding them through their Theory of Knowledge module.

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