OCR A Level Computer Science Textbook PDF (PG Online)

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Hi does anyone have a pdf version of this book if it exsits
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I dont but would be useful to have. Did you find it?
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I dont but would be useful to have. Did you find it?
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Hi does anyone have a pdf version of this book if it exsits
hi. i have it, do you still need?
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hi i need it could you send pls
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hi i need it could you send pls
no problem,

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M_q...ew?usp=sharing
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Oh my. This would have been so useful last year. I've already done my exams now but thanks lmao.
There are probably some younger who will need it.
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yep i am that younger person lol thanks for this
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Oh my. This would have been so useful last year. I've already done my exams now but thanks lmao.
There are probably some younger who will need it.
Can I ask how your November 2020 papers go? Also if you have a link to the questions, could you please pm me or add a hyperlink in this discussion?! Thanks
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Can I ask how your November 2020 papers go? Also if you have a link to the questions, could you please pm me or add a hyperlink in this discussion?! Thanks
I don't have them. Sorry buddy.

Please stop asking me for the 2020 paper people.

You'll probably find a bunch of the questions in the additional assessment materials since they are purely based on past paper questions anyway
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Oh my. This would have been so useful last year. I've already done my exams now but thanks lmao.
There are probably some younger who will need it.
yessir, and u are right. Im starting cs this year A level and I havent done it at GCSE level. I wanna be ahead and on top of evertthing before i start. How hard is it?
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yessir, and u are right. Im starting cs this year A level and I havent done it at GCSE level. I wanna be ahead and on top of evertthing before i start. How hard is it?
The content isn't harder than gcse really. There's just much more to learn. And the coursework is quite long to do
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yessir, and u are right. Im starting cs this year A level and I havent done it at GCSE level. I wanna be ahead and on top of evertthing before i start. How hard is it?
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The content isn't harder than gcse really. There's just much more to learn. And the coursework is quite long to do
As Shinra Kusakabe here said the difficulty isn't much worse than GCSE there is just more content. When complemented with maths and science levels (especially decision in further maths) the binary and time complexity, boolean logic and anything maths-related becomes fairly easy. The project is indeed long but mine didn't count towards my grade because I did the autumn exams and in the summer my teacher didn't even mark it, I also didn't do the project at GCSE (got cancelled because of cheating which was a blessing). If you want to be ahead just program lots, watch a lot of videos and tutorials, try problems I had some fun on projcteuler.net, you might also want to check out Isaac computer science. Also, read ahead!! seems like you're already planning oh doing that which is one of the most useful things you can do, use physics and maths tutor to practice questions. As long as you can program paper 2 is fine and as long as you memorise well paper 1 is fine. Most of year 12 is figuring out how to study and manage your time, might seem difficult at first if you haven't been trying that hard at GCSE. How hard it will be for you depends on your background and how well you adapt. You're on here looking to get ahead which is much more than I was doing before year 12.
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As Shinra Kusakabe here said the difficulty isn't much worse than GCSE there is just more content. When complemented with maths and science levels (especially decision in further maths) the binary and time complexity, boolean logic and anything maths-related becomes fairly easy. The project is indeed long but mine didn't count towards my grade because I did the autumn exams and in the summer my teacher didn't even mark it, I also didn't do the project at GCSE (got cancelled because of cheating which was a blessing). If you want to be ahead just program lots, watch a lot of videos and tutorials, try problems I had some fun on projcteuler.net, you might also want to check out Isaac computer science. Also, read ahead!! seems like you're already planning oh doing that which is one of the most useful things you can do, use physics and maths tutor to practice questions. As long as you can program paper 2 is fine and as long as you memorise well paper 1 is fine. Most of year 12 is figuring out how to study and manage your time, might seem difficult at first if you haven't been trying that hard at GCSE. How hard it will be for you depends on your background and how well you adapt. You're on here looking to get ahead which is much more than I was doing before year 12.
Ayy fellow fire force fan. What a levels did you do alongside FM and computer science?
Plus your pfp and username are jokes
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The content isn't harder than gcse really. There's just much more to learn. And the coursework is quite long to do
oh say less, but like, would u say it will be hard for me, bearing in mind i WILL do whatever it takes to get good grades and espescially bcuz im interested by it. So bearing in mind that's my convictions and mindset
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oh say less, but like, would u say it will be hard for me, bearing in mind i WILL do whatever it takes to get good grades and espescially bcuz im interested by it. So bearing in mind that's my convictions and mindsets
Yh you should be fine then. What are you likely to get in gcse computer science if you took it?
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Ayy fellow fire force fan. What a levels did you do alongside FM and computer science?
Plus your pfp and username are jokes
Haha, thanks. I did Chemistry, physics maths as well.
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Yh you should be fine then. What are you likely to get in gcse computer science if you took it?
If im being honest, probably a 7 HIGH BALL it an 8
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As Shinra Kusakabe here said the difficulty isn't much worse than GCSE there is just more content. When complemented with maths and science levels (especially decision in further maths) the binary and time complexity, boolean logic and anything maths-related becomes fairly easy. The project is indeed long but mine didn't count towards my grade because I did the autumn exams and in the summer my teacher didn't even mark it, I also didn't do the project at GCSE (got cancelled because of cheating which was a blessing). If you want to be ahead just program lots, watch a lot of videos and tutorials, try problems I had some fun on projcteuler.net, you might also want to check out Isaac computer science. Also, read ahead!! seems like you're already planning oh doing that which is one of the most useful things you can do, use physics and maths tutor to practice questions. As long as you can program paper 2 is fine and as long as you memorise well paper 1 is fine. Most of year 12 is figuring out how to study and manage your time, might seem difficult at first if you haven't been trying that hard at GCSE. How hard it will be for you depends on your background and how well you adapt. You're on here looking to get ahead which is much more than I was doing before year 12.
Ah thnx bro, luv for this. Ill appreciate it and apply it.
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Haha, thanks. I did Chemistry, physics maths as well.
Also, is this pdf the book for OCR that we will use 100% or was it just for u man? Bcuz this is from beginning to end and I just started like you know, so I think if i study this book inside out, I will know everything about cs for Yr 12 AND yr 13 right?
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