Advantages well written, incredibly useful, well laid out, suitable for all exam boards, sensible size
Disadvantages can be a little expensive
Successful ICT Projects In Excel.
Just under a year ago I was told that for my A level ICT coursework I would have to do an ICT project, preferably in Access. Now me being stubborn and demanding argued that I wanted to do my project in Excel as I preferred working with it and felt that Excel was far more suitable for the project I had planned than Access would be. I was told that I wouldn't be able to get full marks in Excel and that basically my project wouldn't work. I researched a bit and found that although it was 'easier' to get marks in Access, there was no real reason why I shouldn't be able to use Excel and do a decent project. So I persisted with my demands and my tutor eventually caved in and said I could do what I want as long as I stopped nagging him! Anyway, my project is now completed and has been marked (I got an A by the way
The Book Itself
The book is pretty similar to how it looks in the ciao picture although the top quarter of the book is white with the title on it and the strange blue and red picture shown in the ciao picture is below. The book is A4 sized and just under 1 ½ cm thick which makes it practical for carrying to and from college without giving you back or arm ache! The book is paper back but feel relatively strong so its not going to fall apart after a while. Ive had mine for a year and am impressed at the good condition it is in despite the large amount of use it has endured! The pages are fairly thick and of a decent quality which again helps keep the book in a good condition. The book is printed in black and white which helps keep the printing costs down and helps make the book more affordable for students! The pages are well laid out, so it is easy to look up certain tasks without wading your way through loads of irrelevant information.
|Type of Book||Mixture Theory & Examples|
|Quality of Text||High|
|Logical Layout?||Perfect structure|
|Level of Difficulty||Simple|
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