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    My AS project was a combination lock but I used the matrix keypad approach and had interchangeable / deactivatable outputs such as alert lights and solenoids (for incorrect and correct code entry respectively).

    My A2 project (currently doing it) is a Quizmaster Game. Its mainly logic based but to make it suitabley comlex I have decided upon wireless infra-red version. It should be really cool if I ever actually do get it finished!!!

    I do Computing, Maths and History all at A2 in addito to Elec!!!
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    (Original post by Leekey)
    My AS project was a combination lock but I used the matrix keypad approach and had interchangeable / deactivatable outputs such as alert lights and solenoids (for incorrect and correct code entry respectively).
    thats great. i have to admit i was fairly lazy last year coursework wise. I have to work my arse off this year for uni!!
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    (Original post by Andre)
    thats great. i have to admit i was fairly lazy last year coursework wise. I have to work my arse off this year for uni!!
    My electronics c/w was fine but I duffed my computing cw/ up properly. Im actually resitting the c/w module for it now so hopefully I should get an A in that to remove the pain if I don't do so well in electronics.
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    My electronics c/w was fine but I duffed my computing cw/ up properly. Im actually resitting the c/w module for it now so hopefully I should get an A in that to remove the pain if I don't do so well in electronics.
    Yeah similar here, but im relying on Computing and Electronics to pull me up some points from my failing maths :-(
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    (Original post by Andre)
    Yeah similar here, but im relying on Computing and Electronics to pull me up some points from my failing maths :-(
    Is it hard to get an A at AS Computing, or is it easy?
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    (Original post by bono)
    Is it hard to get an A at AS Computing, or is it easy?
    I was 2 UMS marks off an A and I has a grand total of about 4 hours teaching, did very poor c/w and basically did nothing for a year. If you simply learn the material, revise and do the c/w properly...its easy.
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    (Original post by Andre)
    Yeah similar here, but im relying on Computing and Electronics to pull me up some points from my failing maths :-(
    What do you want to do at uni??
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    What do you want to do at uni??
    electronic engineering with computing
    I have a points based offer at my preferencial uni so im hoping i can get by by just "scraping" through maths.
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    (Original post by Andre)
    electronic engineering with computing
    I have a points based offer at my preferencial uni so im hoping i can get by by just "scraping" through maths.
    Lucky you, I think I'd sell my soul for a B in maths!!!
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    (Original post by Leekey)
    Guessing you have developed the same hatred for MOSFET's and TL081's as I have!!!
    our lecturer is obsesed with bloody mosfets!
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    (Original post by Ollie)
    our lecturer is obsesed with bloody mosfets!
    My tutor has a Op-Amp fetish so I can relate!!!
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    (Original post by Leekey)
    I was 2 UMS marks off an A and I has a grand total of about 4 hours teaching, did very poor c/w and basically did nothing for a year. If you simply learn the material, revise and do the c/w properly...its easy.
    Thats encouraging.
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    (Original post by bono)
    Thats encouraging.
    You'll get an A comfortably if you just apply yourself!!!
 
 
 
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