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Exam Paper Paper 1

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Paper 2

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Paper 3

Paper 4

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ICT systems including portable communication devices How organisations use ICT Impact of ICT on society Computer networks Software selection Communication Document presentation and production ICT systems including portable communication devices How organisations use ICT Impact of ICT on society Computer networks Integration 1 Output Data Data Handling 2 – Spreadsheets ICT systems including portable communication devices How organisations use ICT – Part 1 Impact of ICT on society – Part 1 Systems life cycle How organisations use ICT – Part 2 Impact of ICT on society – Part 2 Computer networks Integration 2 – Mail Merge Integration 3 – Automation Output Data

Exam Length/Weighing Duration: 1Hr 15 min (80 Marks)

Breakdown of Exam Written paper on sections from 1 to 4

40% - AS Level 20% - A level Duration: 2Hrs 30 min (120 Marks)

Practical paper on sections from 8 to 14

60% - AS Level 30% - A level

Duration: 1Hr 15 min (80 Marks)

Written paper on sections from 1 to 7

20% - A level

Duration: 2Hrs 10 min (90 Marks) 30% - A level

Practical paper on sections from 15 to 18

What do I need to take this course?

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Grade A* to C in GCSE ICT or equivalent A high level of mathematical skills Self-motivation – you will be required to work using your own initiative An interest in computing is essential

What can I do after I finish this course? This A and AS level course deals with topics that students may require in the first year of a Computer Science or Engineering degrees. This gives learners the knowledge, understanding and skills that they need to prepare for higher education.

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2014 Key Stage 5 guide  
2014 Key Stage 5 guide