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I am now doing ict, maths, further maths and accounting in As but I am going to drop accounting in A2. I am deciding to add computing As/A2 in the second year. Can I do both computing and ict? How is different between ict and computing?
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I am now doing ict, maths, further maths and accounting in As but I am going to drop accounting in A2. I am deciding to add computing As/A2 in the second year. Can I do both computing and ict? How is different between ict and computing?
There's a huge difference, I'm also fairly sure you'll find it impossible to do AS and A2 computing in one year - the learning curve would be too steep especially with the project most boards have at A2.
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The way I would put it is, the ICT qualification teaches you how to do it for a business, using office products to a reasonably advanced level. The computing gives you groundings in computational theory, using different number base systems (binary, hex) and also basic programming skills.

I would say computing is > than ICT, but then again, I take computing!
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