It was quite difficult for me to find revision material for the AQA computer science course, but here are some of the things I used last year to achieve an A* in Computer Science.
[[Links:]] AQA Past papers ,
Revision Books I recommend: My Revision Notes AQA GCSE Computer Science Computing Fundamentals by Steve Cushing (This is the only one I used, and knew about)
I also made some revision notes that i would like to share with you all. It can be found here:
I really recommend doing the all the past papers and specimen papers (even though there are only a few). Don't forget the specimen papers found in the new specification for teaching from next year ( I have linked it above) . Those papers have some questions which are irrelevant to this spec but just search through the papers to find questions you can answer. You can also attempt questions from other exam boards who have more past papers available.
The Specification is your best friend. Print it out and any note taking you do, make sure it confirms with the spec. The SPEC
Coursework-wise and exam-wise, I got A* for both, and i was predicted a B. The coursework was difficult and I'm sorry for not having any tips in relation to that, as I've forgotten everything since I've started AS levels.
Nonetheless, I hope you all good in your exams. Finally, Don't start revision late