GCSE Computer Science/Problem-solving
Specification link Show understanding that every computer system is made up of sub-systems, which in turn are made up of further sub-systems - 2016 CIE Syllabus p14 |
Specification link Use top-down design, structure diagrams, flowcharts, pseudocode, library routines and subroutines - 2016 CIE Syllabus p14 |
Specification link Work out the purpose of a given algorithm - 2016 CIE Syllabus p14 |
Specification link Explain standard methods of solution - 2016 CIE Syllabus p14 |
Specification link Suggest and apply suitable test data - 2016 CIE Syllabus p14 |
Specification link Understand the need for validation and verification checks to be made on input data - 2016 CIE Syllabus p14 |
Specification link Use trace tables to find the value of variables at each step in an algorithm - 2016 CIE Syllabus p14 |
Specification link Identify errors in given algorithms and suggest ways of removing these errors - 2016 CIE Syllabus p14 |
Specification link Comment on the effectiveness of a given solution - 2016 CIE Syllabus p14 |