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    I am starting the NEA this Tuesday, but I feel really unprepared, I have been told I will be doing the quiz, but am really unsure on how to write it.
    Are you guys going to write a GUI and how long are you expecting your code to be?
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    (Original post by thefundude83)
    Anyone pls
    I start the NEA tomorrow, but I'm so unprepared because we missed lots because our teacher was absent for 11 months! We are not using a GUI, instead we are using Python to output questions and a text file to store data. I don't know what one we are doing, but I think we might be doing the quiz as we did a practise quiz last week in class where we learned how to store data in text files. Good luck
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    (Original post by Loci Pi)
    I start the NEA tomorrow, but I'm so unprepared because we missed lots because our teacher was absent for 11 months! We are not using a GUI, instead we are using Python to output questions and a text file to store data. I don't know what one we are doing, but I think we might be doing the quiz as we did a practise quiz last week in class where we learned how to store data in text files. Good luck
    could you briefly explain what you learnt...or how to do it.
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    (Original post by Loci Pi)
    I start the NEA tomorrow, but I'm so unprepared because we missed lots because our teacher was absent for 11 months! We are not using a GUI, instead we are using Python to output questions and a text file to store data. I don't know what one we are doing, but I think we might be doing the quiz as we did a practise quiz last week in class where we learned how to store data in text files. Good luck
    My teacher has been an OCR examiner since he qualified as a teacher more or less. He said that a GUI will not net you extra marks, or will likely get you 1, maybe 2. Programming in the NEA is 18 marks iirc, and it is more than possible to get every one without using a GUI. Spend your time on the write up, explanation etc, thats where all the marks are more or less.
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    (Original post by dbz)
    could you briefly explain what you learnt...or how to do it.
    I would love to explain on here how to read/write to text files, but this is a really good explanation. Also i've got a english test tomorrow so i need to revise lol:

    https://python101.pythonlibrary.org/...8_file_io.html
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    At GCSE you do not need a GUI. As someone said above the actual programming isn't worth many marks compared to other aspects (design, testing, evaluation etc.) so don't worry if you can't/don't do a GUI.
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    Could you send me your code for the nea please? thanks
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    What's the question can someone let me know
 
 
 
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