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A Level Computer Science Courses in Istanbul

a level computer science courses in istanbulCambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science expands on the abilities gained at Cambridge IGCSE (or identical) level. The schedule incorporates the principle hypothetical ideas which are central to the subject, an area on some present uses of science, and a solid accentuation on cutting edge commonsense abilities. Down to earth aptitudes are evaluated in a timetabled functional examination. By the help of our experineced A-Level and AS-Level teachers, you save time with the courses prepared to increase your grades in short time. You will also get high scores in the final exam thanks to the A-Level Computer Science prep course with our professional trainers.

Test Prep’s A Level Computer Science Courses

The point of the Cambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science schedule is to urge students to build up a comprehension of the crucial standards of software engineering and how PC programs function in a scope of settings.

Students will contemplate themes including data portrayal, correspondence and Internet advances, equipment, programming improvement, and social database demonstrating. As they advance, students will build up their computational reasoning and use critical thinking to create PC based arrangements utilizing calculations and programming dialects. Contemplating Cambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science will enable students to build up a scope of abilities, for example, thinking imaginatively, systematically, coherently and fundamentally.

1.1  Information representation

1.1.1   Number representation

1.1.2   Images

1.1.3   Sound

1.1.4   Video

1.1.5   Compression techniques

1.2  Communication and Internet technologies

1.2.1   Networks

1.2.2   IP addressing

1.2.3   Client- and server-side scripting

1.3  Hardware

1.3.1   Input, output and storage devices

1.3.2   Main memory

1.3.3   Logic gates and logic circuits

1.4  Processor fundamentals

1.4.1   CPU architecture

1.4.2   The fetch-execute cycle

1.4.3   The processor’s instruction set

1.4.4   Assembly language

1.5  System software

1.5.1   Operating system

1.5.2   Utility programs

1.5.3   Library programs

1.5.4   Language translators

1.6  Security, privacy and data integrity

1.6.1   Data security

1.6.2   Data integrity

1.7  Ethics and ownership

1.7.1   Ethics

1.7.2   Ownership

1.8  Database and data modelling

1.8.1   Database Management Systems (DBMS)

1.8.2   Relational database modelling

1.8.3   Data Definition Language (DDL) and Data Manipulation Language (DML)

  • Algorithm design and problem-solving
    • Algorithms
    • Structure chart
    • Corrective maintenance
    • Adaptive maintenance
  • Data representation
    • Data types
    • Arrays
    • Files
  • Programming
    • Programming basics
    • Transferable skills
    • Selection
    • Iteration
    • Built-in functions
    • Structured programming
  • Software development
    • Programming
    • Program testing
    • Testing strategies
  • Data representation
    • User-defined data types
    • File organisation and access
    • Real numbers and normalised floating-point representation
  • Communication and Internet technologies
    • Protocols
    • Circuit switching, packet switching and routers
    • Local Area Networks (LAN)
  • Hardware
    • Logic gates and circuit design
    • Boolean algebra
    • Karnaugh Maps
    • Flip-flops
    • RISC processors
    • Parallel processing
  • System software
    • Purposes of an operating system (OS)
    • Virtual machine
    • Translation software
  • Security
    • Asymmetric keys and encryption methods
    • Digital signatures and digital certificates
    • Encryption protocols
    • Malware
  • Monitoring and control systems
    • Overview of monitoring and control systems
    • Bit manipulation to monitor and control devices
  • Computational thinking and problem-solving
    • Abstraction
    • Algorithms
    • Abstract Data Types (ADT)
    • Recursion
  • Algorithm design methods
    • Decision tables
    • Jackson Structured Programming (JSP)
    • State-transition diagrams
  • Further programming
    • Programming paradigms Low-level programming Imperative programming

Object-oriented programming Declarative programming

  • File processing
  • Exception handling
  • Use of development tools / programming environments
  • Software development
    • Stages of software development
    • Testing
    • Project management

All information about the exam can be found on the Cambridge web pages which is the official test maker. You can contact us for more detailed information about our exam and courses. You can also visit our Test Prep offices. You can prepare for all A Level Computer Science exams with us. In this way, you save both time and increase your computer science score in a short time with the active course schedule. Our A Level Computer Science Courses, which we offer professionally, enable students to achieve the best scorecards and are very successful in this regard.

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