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Cambridge IGCSE Computer Studies Coursebook with CD-ROM Paperback – CD, Sep 30 2011


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Written by experienced teachers and examiners of Cambridge IGCSE Computer Studies, this highly illustrated coursebook covers both the theoretical and applied aspects of the course. It includes self-assessment questions and tasks throughout to reinforce learning. It offers clear learning objectives, chapter summaries and plenty of exam practice. The accompanying Student's CD-ROM provides guidance on study skills, revision and exam technique along with revision tests with answers, and exemplar exam answers. Now available in both print and e-book formats. The e-book includes both the print version and materials from the Student CD-ROM.

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... well written book and makes some reasonably complex topics easily accessible for students writing the exams Sept. 30 2014
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This is a very well written book and makes some reasonably complex topics easily accessible for students writing the exams. I was particularly impressed with the chapters on Flowcharts, pseudo code and logic gates. However, this book seems to speak to the old Computer Studies syllabus (IGCSE 0420) which has now been replaced by the computer science syllabus (IGCSE 0478) which will start in 2015. So if you are just starting on a two year journey to get ready you may want to look for books that speak to 0478.


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