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If anyone has done it... what is a level ICT like?
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If anyone has done it... what is a level ICT like?
Is it still an option? I think the government scrapped it, but I'm not sure.
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If anyone has done it... what is a level ICT like?
It doesn't exist.
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Is it still an option? I think the government scrapped it, but I'm not sure.
No, a level ICT is an option for me. It's a new spec so I don't think it's going anywhere soon
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It doesn't exist.
Yes it does
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(Original post by Reece.W.J)
If anyone has done it... what is a level ICT like?
my friend done ict it or whatever its called and said its very easy
much easier that sciences and maths
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my friend done ict it or whatever its called and said its very easy
much easier that sciences and maths
Yeah I looked at the new spec and it's basically the gcse spec so should be fairly easy I guess
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Yeah I looked at the new spec and it's basically the gcse spec so should be fairly easy I guess
Unless you are doing the CIE syllabus, you're being lied to.
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Unless you are doing the CIE syllabus, you're being lied to.
WJEC. There is a new 2017 spec as well so that just proves it
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WJEC. There is a new 2017 spec as well so that just proves it
You're Welsh, so the change doesn't apply to you!:sorry:
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You're Welsh, so the change doesn't apply to you!:sorry:
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You're Welsh, so the change doesn't apply to you!:sorry:
Why sorry? It's a bad change
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Why sorry? It's a bad change
I messed up, and presumed you were English/Scottish and had to do CompSci
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The WJEC version is continuing in Wales only until 2020. There is a reason that it has been discontinued otherwise, and it would be a good idea to reflect on this when considering whether to take it. Further, it's generally considered a "non-academic" A-level and hence usually discouraged by universities as an option. If you're interested in computing, Maths is much more important (and useful). Computer Science itself would be a better option, and even that has some mixed opinions among admissions tutors.
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The WJEC version is continuing in Wales only until 2020. There is a reason that it has been discontinued otherwise, and it would be a good idea to reflect on this when considering whether to take it. Further, it's generally considered a "non-academic" A-level and hence usually discouraged by universities as an option. If you're interested in computing, Maths is much more important (and useful). Computer Science itself would be a better option, and even that has some mixed opinions among admissions tutors.
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