OCR GCSE Computer Science (J277) – Revision Guide (2020)

OCR GCSE Computer Science (J277) - Revision Guide (2020

Structured revision guide ensures complete coverage of the
examined theory in the OCR GCSE (9-1) Computer Science
specification (J277, exams from 2022).

Topic notes and diagrams are supported by examples and definition
boxes, while mind maps provide further visual reinforcement of
the key concepts.

Practice exam questions test students’ knowledge of each topic,
providing excellent exam preparation.

  • Covers all topics in specification order for ease of
  • Examples in Python, pseudocode and OCR Exam Reference Language
  • Exposes students to exam-style questions (with answers and

“Extremely comprehensive and well-written … a good reference guide for students who want to quickly know what they need for a particular topic, perhaps when faced with past-paper questions … Use of tables for formalise information is very effective. I also like the “magnifying glass in a box” to illustrate specific points/terminology … The revamped sections map the changes in the new specification very accurately” – D Bate, Head of Computing & Peer Reviewer

“I like the flow of content. The fact that the theory aspects are there followed by exam questions is good and can help encourage independence. I think the attention to 1.6 is commendable … Strong educational value which takes into account limited budgetary controls. It’s a one cost solution that allows replication … The content and questions is good and the flow between the two are strong. It also follows the J277 specification to the letter” – L Price, Teacher & Peer Reviewer

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