IB Grey Market Repository

Welcome to the IB Grey Market Repository!

This page can serve as a starting point for any IB resources you may need.

*NOTE: All content is hosted elsewhere; this site will not directly host any material. However, everything on this page has been verified and will be kept as up to date as possible.

If you have any questions/concerns, please write to me on this page.

Additionally, please write to me if there is any good content that you know of and would like to contribute to this page. Thanks!

*[PERSONAL] denotes something that is hosted on someone’s own account, and could be taken down more easily than other resources.

Navigation:


BIG IB DATA BANK
IB Question Bank (2015)
Ebooks and Study Guides
Onedrive Collection
PDF book finder
Physics answers
Misc. Links

BIG IB DATA BANK (EVERYTHING UP TO ~2015)
Google Drive Link

IB Question Bank 2015 (Math, Physics, Chem, Bio)
Magnet Link (Torrent)
Google Drive Link (Might get taken down)
Limitations: Works only on Windows**, program is slightly dated.
**Mac users: You can use a program called Winebottler to run .exes with a certain degree of success. Look up a video guide.

[PERSONAL] Large Repository of eBooks and Study Guides
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Good stuff.
NOTE: The textbooks used in IB Physics at CB can be found here (group 4\physics)

[PERSONAL] Onedrive Collection of Resources
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NOTE: More physics stuff in physics folder – possibly useful textbooks

As a reference, the 2 texts for IB physics that we may use look like this. (Oxford/Pearson)

PDF Version Book Finder
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You can find almost any book here, including the Giancoli book for IB physics at CB*

*In class we use the 5th edition, but I’ve only been able to find the 6th edition.

Giancoli Physics Answers (5th Edition): URL

The unofficial IB community on Reddit is also good for some resources.

The main Google Drive folder that I am using for now, if you want everything that’s been uploaded to there.

A WORD ON TORRENT CLIENTS AND TORRENTING

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Not pirating — “OBTAINING”

My personal recommendation for a P2P client is qBittorrent as it is available on Windows, OSX and Linux, and is also free of sketchy ads and spyware that can come with clients like uTorrent.

On the subject of pirating, it is advisable also to take a look at ratings and the number of seeders and leechers before starting the download.