OCR Computer Science for GCSE Student Book

September 15, 2019 - Comment

Exam Board: OCRLevel: GCSESubject: Computer ScienceFirst Teaching: September 2016First Exam: June 2018Build student confidence and ensure successful progress through GCSE Computer Science. Our expert authors provide insight and guidance to meet the demands of the new OCR specification, with challenging tasks and activities to test the computational skills and knowledge required for success in their

Exam Board: OCRLevel: GCSESubject: Computer ScienceFirst Teaching: September 2016First Exam: June 2018Build student confidence and ensure successful progress through GCSE Computer Science. Our expert authors provide insight and guidance to meet the demands of the new OCR specification, with challenging tasks and activities to test the computational skills and knowledge required for success in their exams, and advice for successful completion of the non-examined assessment.- Builds students’ knowledge and confidence through detailed topic coverage and explanation of key terms- Develops computational thinking skills with practice exercises and problem-solving tasks- Ensures progression through GCSE with regular assessment questions, that can be developed with supporting Dynamic Learning digital resources- Instils a deeper understanding and awareness of computer science, and its applications and implications in the wider world

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Anonymous says:

It’s a CS book Book is good, though I am wary of some of the questions last year with a Hodder resource it was filled with errors in relation to DeMorgans questions.But so far seems good, points well demo’d / explained

Anonymous says:

A good overview Really good book. A good overview of the whole curriculum. A must, to help you with your revision. To compliment your revision book

Anonymous says:

Four Stars has expected

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