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    I dont know about every1 but i think this subject is too easy and really, anyone with experience of using a computer for 1 year should be able to crack it and pass without much work done at all.
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    (Original post by Stunt-101)
    I dont know about every1 but i think this subject is too easy and really, anyone with experience of using a computer for 1 year should be able to crack it and pass without much work done at all.
    It is remarkably easy - I taught myself the OCR AS and got an A (my teacher was from the biology department and couldnt even do a sort in excel).

    They should inculde a little more programming in the courses.
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    (Original post by chrisbphd)
    It is remarkably easy - I taught myself the OCR AS and got an A (my teacher was from the biology department and couldnt even do a sort in excel).

    They should inculde a little more programming in the courses.
    Im not surprised it can be done, im doing the full A-level in AQA n it was the subject i wanted to drop but i was forced to drop maths so that I could have at least 1 A predicted for my UCAS but it is reall that easy that I did no work but my coursework in GCSE n got an A*, no work in AS, got a B easily and this year Ive been told at the rate im at im on an A no problem
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    (Original post by Stunt-101)
    Im not surprised it can be done, im doing the full A-level in AQA n it was the subject i wanted to drop but i was forced to drop maths so that I could have at least 1 A predicted for my UCAS but it is reall that easy that I did no work but my coursework in GCSE n got an A*, no work in AS, got a B easily and this year Ive been told at the rate im at im on an A no problem
    Well done, and good luck!
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    I actually found computing A-level AQA extremely easy.
 
 
 
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