Absolute clarity is the aim with a new generation of revision guide for the 2020s. This guide has been expertly compiled and edited by successful teachers of Digital Information Technology, highly experienced examiners and a good dollop of scientific research into what makes revision most effective.
Past examination questions are essential to good preparation, improving understanding and confidence. This guide has combined revision with tips and more practice questions than you could shake a stick at. All the essential ingredients for getting a grade you can be really proud of.
Each specification topic has been referenced and distilled into the key points to make in an examination for top marks. Questions on all topics assessing knowledge, application and analysis are all specifically and carefully devised throughout this book. Detailed case studies distill key concepts whilst demonstrating the development of long answer questions.
What people say...
You have certainly bought design into this book, if the first few pages are anything to go by. An uncluttered, easy to follow guide which the pupils will enjoy using. Great graphics, clear key terms and explanations, and great inclusion of questions and exemplar responses. We have shopped around over the last couple of years, but I think we have now found our 'go to' book!
Jackie Plewes. Head of Design & Technology, Denstone College
Thank you so much for the book. It’s fantastic and looks very modern. Love the graphics and how it’s set out.
Rachael Newton-Scott. Head of Design & Technology, Longbenton High School
ClearReviseTM - A new generation of revision guide.
Illustrated revision and practice. Exam-style questions and model answers on every specification point.
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Section A1: Modern technologies
Section A2: Impact of modern technologies
Section B1: Threats to data
Section B2: Prevention and management of threats to data
Section B3: Policy
Section C1: Responsible use
Section C2: Legal and ethical
Section D1: Forms of notation
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