GCSE Computer Science Paper Practise Top Tips
Top Tip #1
Make sure to complete only one past paper at a time, mark it, then pinpoint where you have gone wrong and take a not of it before going onto the next paper.
Top Tip #2
Gather all the questions you get wrong and ensure you are confident that you can answer them and the questions from that topic.
Top Tip #3
Use model solutions to help you pick up each marking point, mainly the questions where you need to show your working and give you the answer in the question as you only get marks for showing your working on these types of questions.
Top Tip #4
In the run up to the exams make sure you leave enough time to get through all the new GCSE computer science 9-1 papers as well as any specimen papers provided by the different exam boards.
Top Tip #5
Even if you have used all the new GCSE computer science past papers from your exam board then consider using the older papers or even papers from a different exam board. Unlike other GCSE qualifications, the three major exam boards, AQA, Edexcel and OCR all have a very similar specification.