Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Computer Science Student Book (Edexcel GCSE Computer Science 2016)

August 26, 2019 - Comment

The Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Computer Science Student Book provides detailed coverage of the 2016 specification, enabling you to approach your exams and assessment with confidence. This Student Book offers: a comprehensive understanding of computer science and computational thinking, helping you to access the course content and make progress with your learning. an awareness of

The Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Computer Science Student Book provides detailed coverage of the 2016 specification, enabling you to approach your exams and assessment with confidence. This Student Book offers: a comprehensive understanding of computer science and computational thinking, helping you to access the course content and make progress with your learning. an awareness of the applications of computer science for problem solving in the real world definitions of key words, enabling you to recognise and use appropriate terms and vocabulary regular activities to support progression and encourage further thinking and investigation preparation for the exam section to support revision., Our Student Book will also be available as a Kindle edition.

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Anonymous says:

Much recommended My son was struggling a lot with his gcse . He had low grades and had trouble understanding things as he is a slow learner. A teacher recommended these revision guides to us and said that they could help him. As a parent i would do anything up to help my child so I bought every single one of these books.Now after nearly a year of using them my son is doing very well on classes. Whenever he is stuck or needs to better understand something he goes through it in the book. It helps him…

Anonymous says:

Excellent book. We are using it outside the school … Excellent book. We are using it outside the school system to teach ourselves. The reason we have given it 4 stars rather than 5 is that there are no answers or model solutions given to the Activities. This is a problem if you have no teacher. Other Pearson textbooks which we have used in the same series often have answers to the activites available on line; maybe this is something Pearson could think about providing with time?

Anonymous says:

Absolutely hated teaching students using this book, awful, horrible course. Horrible course, horrible book, horrible exam board, students hated it. Good printing quality though…

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