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die'
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BUT i consider i.t.g.s to be the easiest subject of all time, the technical side of the sylabus is so damn easy, any typical internet user would know the answer to those, although i could be wrong but for me i corrected the teacher while explaining the technical stuff a couple of times, as for essays and stuff thats all issues, ethical this social that lol and i find it easy, all u have to do is visualize whats going on :P

got a 7 in every single i.t.g.s exam (we take an exam set from different past papers after every chapter) and i got 6s and 7s on my portfolios but 15 from 35 on my project coz the itgs teacher HATES MY GUTS fricking brick
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after every chapter? i didnt know there were chapters in ITGS
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yeah well we use this book that goes amazingly well with the sylabus, so yeah we do chapter tests but the book is mostly for the technical stuff, issues and that crap is through class discussion using some guideline questions from time to time


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(Original post by die')
yeah well we use this book that goes amazingly well with the sylabus, so yeah we do chapter tests but the book is mostly for the technical stuff, issues and that crap is through class discussion using some guideline questions from time to time


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We also use a book called "Computer Confluence" or something like that (completely bs book!), but we don't write test apart from the mocks..By the way which book di you use?
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(Original post by manakos)
We also use a book called "Computer Confluence" or something like that (completely bs book!), but we don't write test apart from the mocks..By the way which book di you use?
We also used that book. "Used" meaning kept it somewhere underneath the bed at home for two years after the teacher gave it to us and never mentioned it again .
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We also used that book. "Used" meaning kept it somewhere underneath the bed at home for two years after the teacher gave it to us and never mentioned it again .
thats what we really used, read it in class every period, followed by reading an article related to the chapter from wired.com, then discussing the technical side briefly followed by issues that can come up from this technology
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More or less the same here, we did some work in the first month or two and then the teacher just quit coming for the lessons. Well, he was always saying that only people who are keen in it and interested in it will take the subject because they can actually do quite well without any studies.
I am not gonna revise at all, got 70% in mocks.... happy with that...
BTW, in the mocks I found out that there are actually options in IT as well so I am hoping that at least 2 of them will be interesting, then I should be ok.

As for my project I did an extremely complicated spread-sheet program that was supposed to assign free teachers for covers and subjects .... The thing that is 95% of the time done in databases.. Decided to take the plunge and went for it. Was hell lot of work but I was quite successful. Nevertheless, the predicted grade was only 25/35. Portfolios 19/25 on average.
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