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I got a 3 in my CS mocks, but I revised 0 hours because I was focusing on other subjects (I got 35 in the 1st paper and 20 in the 2nd). For CS Ive noticed if you revise, you tend to get a good grade (obviously), but there's barely any application. Currently I not P1 quite throughly, but P2 is a struggle. Algorithms, data representation and design testing should be fine. But programming is a drag because you have to write such accurately precise lines of pseudocode, which is so annoying. Any tips?
Btw I wanna get a grade 5/6
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Use OCR pseudocode guide for correct syntax https://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/202654...code-guide.pdf

A lot of gcse cs is memorising exact definitions and different places can give you different ones which sucks
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