Edexcel GCSE Computer Science My Revision Notes 2e
Everyone has to decide his or her own revision strategy, but it is essential to review your work, learn it and test your understanding. These Revision Notes will help you to do that in a planned way, topic by topic. Use this book as the cornerstone of your revision and don’t hesitate to write in it – personalise your notes and check your progress by ticking off each section as you revise.
Track your progress
Use the revision planner on page 4 to plan your revision, topic by topic. Make a note when you have:
You can also keep track of your revision by noting each topic heading in the book. You may find it helpful to add your own notes as you work through each topic.
Features to help you succeed
These lists tell you which points from the Edexcel specification are going to be covered in each section of this revision guide. You can also use them after you have finished each section to check that you know/understand everything you need to.
Expert tips are given throughout the book to help you polish your exam technique in order to maximise your chances in the exam.
Definitions and key words
Clear, concise definitions of essential key terms are provided where they first appear. Key words from the specification are highlighted in bold throughout the book.
Practice exam questions are provided for each topic. Use them to consolidate your revision and practise your exam skills.
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