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    Hi all,

    Today I took my first modular level 3 course for my ICT exam to go toward my final grade at the end of year 13, I am currently in year 12.

    When I took the exam, I instantly realised how first of all, difficult the exam was, but also how most of the exam papers content wasn't covered in class in any way.

    I was wondering whether this was the case for anyone else.

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    Same I did both exams in June, and I found paper one the most difficult. Do you know how you did?

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    Hi all,

    Today I took my first modular level 3 course for my ICT exam to go toward my final grade at the end of year 13, I am currently in year 12.

    When I took the exam, I instantly realised how first of all, difficult the exam was, but also how most of the exam papers content wasn't covered in class in any way.

    I was wondering whether this was the case for anyone else.

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    [QUOTE=Harrison_Legge;69466760]Hi all,

    Today I took my first modular level 3 course for my ICT exam to go toward my final grade at the end of year 13, I am currently in year 12.

    When I took the exam, I instantly realised how first of all, difficult the exam was, but also how most of the exam papers content wasn't covered in class in any way.

    I was wondering whether this was the case for anyone else.


    Hi

    I'm in the same boat, my friend.
    I got PASS (16 points, equivalent to D/E ) and I've always had A in ICT.
    Funny in the text book how they call a USB port a USB socket!

    Some strange exam papers!
 
 
 
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