A Level Computer ScienceWatch
If you are in year 11 then i suggest reading around logic and problem solving as well as doing an online programming language course to get yourself familiar with programming constructs.
I am doing the Cambridge International a levels board computer science. The theory's easy to understand if you get what is told there. Programming is something I struggle with ,however,my classmates find it easy . Compartitvely,theory is easier . I would say it's a 7.5 in difficulty level(but that's just my opinion). It's mostly theoretical and programming rather than actual projects .
Computer Science with an exam board in England will all be 20% assessed by non-examination assessment (i.e. coursework) and the rest assessed by an exams. I think AQA's has some information you are given before an on-computer exam (i.e. pre-release information) so you can prepare some thoughts before you see the question on the paper. Not sure about OCR. YOu can find out more about AQA's specification, including past papers here: https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/comp...7/introduction
There is a practical component in the form of a project. I think it counts for 20% of the full mark.
Also there are programming tasks to perform throughout the course.