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    Who’s started their computer science practical paper that’s worth 20% , and how did you find it , personally it was hard to understand and it seemed as if the examiner tried to trip you up

    Which exam board are you with? I have started mine with OCR, it isn't too hard just do research of your task at home and look at past NEA examples.
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    I did the NEA exam board but in an Edexcel paper type
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    Hi there

    Just a reminder to be careful when discussing your NEA task for GCSE Computer Science. Discussion of live, confidential, examination material on social media, such as the specifics of the task or any potential solutions, is against regulations and can affect your results.

    Here is some helpful information to help you stay on the right track when discussing your GCSEs on social media. If you have any questions you can speak to your teacher.
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