Brad2103
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I am currently in year 11 and i am heavily considering taking Computer Science at A-Level although i have very little knowledge on the subject as i did not study it at GCSE level do you think i could learn enough during the time off to set me on track for September or not? I appreciate any help or assistance that you have to offer, many thanks.
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I am a computer science A Level student who did GCSE Computer Science. I would recommend looking at the content on https://isaaccomputerscience.org/topics to learn everything you need to know for Computer Science A Level for both OCR or AQA.

I would recommend looking at object-oriented programming and programming concepts to improve your programming skills. This will get you ahead of people who have done GCSE Computer Science. Many students at GCSE only know the basics of programming, this will allow you to get a step ahead of them, as these are

Also look into networking, databases, computer systems, and algorithms, there is a lot of content to learn, but it will be taught in lesson as well.
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