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    DOES ANYONE HAVE THE FIXED SKELTTON PROGRAMM FOR 2013 SUMMER EXAM for AQA COMP1 .....URGENTLY NEEDED :confused::confused::confused::confused:
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    (Original post by sondry886)
    DOES ANYONE HAVE THE FIXED SKELTTON PROGRAMM FOR 2013 SUMMER EXAM for AQA COMP1 .....URGENTLY NEEDED :confused::confused::confused::confused:
    I believe you can get it off the AQA website.

    I did the programming module two years ago and did quite well.

    My advice? Start working on the code ASAP and try and find and fix as many bugs as you can.

    They tend to ask you to fix bugs in the exam anyway. In you computing classes, help your classmates out and work with them. Try and find bugs and try and come up with working solutions. Then a few days before the exam try and 'memorise' the code or try and understand the code.

    I am at university now and I score 90+ in programming modules just by doing what I have said above. Working with people is the key, and then debugging the problems as well.

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    (Original post by po10tial)
    I believe you can get it off the AQA website.

    I did the programming module two years ago and did quite well.

    My advice? Start working on the code ASAP and try and find and fix as many bugs as you can.

    They tend to ask you to fix bugs in the exam anyway. In you computing classes, help your classmates out and work with them. Try and find bugs and try and come up with working solutions. Then a few days before the exam try and 'memorise' the code or try and understand the code.

    I am at university now and I score 90+ in programming modules just by doing what I have said above. Working with people is the key, and then debugging the problems as well.

    Please give me +1 rep. I have given you rep now.
    You realise your rep has no actual effect when it's negative (red), right? :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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