Cambridge Checkpoints VCE Information Processing and Management 2005 by Colin Potts
  

Cambridge Checkpoints VCE Information Processing and Management 2005

Written by Colin Potts
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Part of the Cambridge Checkpoints Series

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Cambridge Checkpoints VCE Information Processing and Management 2005 by Colin Potts

Checkpoints VCE Information Processing and Management 2005 is designed to help students prepare for the final Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) examination. Features of this edition include: * a complete revision based on the revised study design implemented in 2004 * new material where criteria for assessment have been altered * material from earlier editions and the VCAA exams from 2002 to 2004 * questions which follow the format used by the VCAA in the final examination * coverage of all aspects of the course to provide an effective preparation for the final examination * worked solutions for every question. A valuable resource for any final-year Information Processing and Management student, Checkpoints VCE Information Processing and Management, 2005 is the most up-to-date examination preparation book available.

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Format

Paperback
184 pages
Interest Age: From 15 To 19

Author

Colin Potts
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

21st December 2004

ISBN

9780521609609


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