I think it would be difficult for an employer to cover a broad feel such as Computer Science; the incentive would only be there for them to teach what was relevant to that particular job, meaning that some people would be poorly equipped in comparison to others when then going on to get a different job.
Remembering lots of facts and producing them in exams is true for A levels.
But at University we were actually told that you get low marks or even marked down merely for producing facts in exams. You have to actually do some research.
Your points are even more riduculous than your spelling of the word "available".
Hi, I'm a doctor, I'm going to perform heart surgery on you today. I must warn you though, I haven't learnt much about it, past watching ER anyway.
Doesn't quite work.