- Subject(s):Computer Science
- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Tony Piper
- Available from: No date available
Cambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science offers a complete set of resources to accompany the 9608 syllabus.
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This revision guide helps students to prepare and practice skills for the Cambridge AS and A Level Computer Science examination. It contains clear explanations and key information to support learners, with additional practice questions to help students feel confident and reinforce their understanding of key concepts.
Revision learning objectives for each chapter to allow students to keep track of their revision.
Exam-style questions to allow students to test themselves.
- PART 1 THEORY FUNDAMENTALS
- 1. Information representation
- 2. Communication and Internet technologies
- 3. Hardware
- 4. Logic gates and logic circuits
- 5. Processor fundamentals
- 6. Assembly language programming
- 7. System software
- 8. Security, privacy and data integrity
- 9. Ethics and ownership
- 10. Database and data modelling
- PART 2 FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEM-SOLVING AND PROGRAMMING SKILLS. 11. Algorithm design and problem-solving
- 12. Programming
- 13. Software development
- PART 3 ADVANCED THEORY
- 14. Data representation
- 15. Communication and Internet technologies
- 16. Logic circuits
- 17. Processors
- 18. System software
- 19. Security
- 20. Monitoring and control systems
- PART 4 FURTHER PROBLEM-SOLVING AND PROGRAMMING SKILLS
- 21. Computational thinking and problem-solving
- 22. Algorithm design methods
- 23. Further programming
- 24. Object-Oriented programming
- 25. Low-Level programming
- 26. Declarative programming
- 27. Software development
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