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Information about IB Computing Science
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Published on October 8, 2009

Author: TheWISofHK

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Computing Science : Computing Science HL/SL Do you like to solve problems? : Do you like to solve problems? Do you enjoy the thrill of finally “cracking a problem”? : Do you enjoy the thrill of finally “cracking a problem”? Are you of a logical and organised mind set? : Are you of a logical and organised mind set? Computing Science is for U! : Computing Science is for U! Common Mis-Conceptions : Common Mis-Conceptions CS is for computer nerds only It’s better if you have more than one interest so you can understand lots of problems To do CS you have to have done ICT @ GCSE It’s more important to be good at Maths when programming The software we use is expensive It’s freeware! Why Choose CS? : Why Choose CS? You are interested in a career in software development or computing engineering You are interested in a mathematical based career – but want something a little more interesting You are interested in a business career and want to understand how computing systems support businesses. What will be the difference between SL and HL : What will be the difference between SL and HL software development fundamentals of computer systems relationship between computing systems and society extended to include: computer mathematics and logic advanced data structures and algorithms further system fundamentals file organization. What are we looking for in CS Students? : What are we looking for in CS Students? At least a B in Higher level maths @ GCSE An interest in computer programming An ability to understand problems and break them up into their components You don’t need previous programming experience People who get a thrill from making something and getting it to work. Will the course run next year? : Will the course run next year? Computing Science @ WIS If we get the minimum numbers then it will run as a normal class @ WIS Computing Science Online ESF looking into Online Consortium More Information : More Information See Mr Lewis – Head of ICT

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