- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Paul Long, Sarah Lawrey, Victoria Ellis
- Available from: January 2021
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For the Cambridge International AS & A Level IT syllabus (9626) for examination from 2022.
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Answers and source files are found within this digital resource.
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- 1. Data processing and information
- 2. Hardware and software
- 3. Monitoring and control
- 4. Algorithms
- 5. E-Security
- 6. The digital divide
- 7. Expert systems
- 8. Spreadsheets
- 9. Modelling
- 10. Databases
- 11. Sound and video editing
- 12. IT in society
- 13. New and emerging technologies
- 14. Communications technology
- 15. Project management
- 16. System life cycle
- 17. Mail merge
- 18. Graphics creation
- 19. Animation
- 20. Programming for the web
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