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Hi, which book do you recommend studying for A level OCR Computer Science. I'm looking for a book that can give full details on the subject. I haven't done CS at GCSE but I wanna do it at A level. I'm committed to learning it, but I can't understand it without proper explanation. So what book will simplify CS to a beginner level. YT dont help btw
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Heres a book that's usually used and its good with diagrams https://www.amazon.co.uk/OCR-AS-Leve...c=1&th=1&psc=1
However it's very similarly worded to CS videos so do look at BBC Bitesize aswell for GCSE CS since basic content is the same. I'm offering tuition in CS to those moving into year 12 from £7, feel free to reach out if interested.
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Heres a book that's usually used and its good with diagrams https://www.amazon.co.uk/OCR-AS-Leve...c=1&th=1&psc=1
However it's very similarly worded to CS videos so do look at BBC Bitesize aswell for GCSE CS since basic content is the same. I'm offering tuition in CS to those moving into year 12 from £7, feel free to reach out if interested.
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