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Although you like computers, completing GCSE ICT coursework will be more challenging than playing computer games or changing your Facebook profile pictures. However, you definitely should not panic. If you are computer-literate enough, were attentive during classes, and have some basic guidelines, preparing your GCSE ICT coursework will not be that troublesome. Unfortunately, we cannot teach you computer literacy right now as well as we cannot tell what your teacher was talking about during classes. However, we are glad to provide basic GCSE ICT coursework help and explain what major sections your project should consist of. GCSE ICT coursework: section 1 The first part of your coursework will be devoted to the problem identification. To get the highest mark on this section of your GCSE ICT coursework, you need to do the following: describe a problem clearly; suggest a solution; suggest an alternative solution; explain why the first suggested solution is better than the alternative one. GCSE ICT coursework: section 2 In the second part of your project, you will have to analyze information. These are questions for you to answer: What information do I need? Where will I get it? How will I process information? GCSE ICT coursework: section 3 The third section of your coursework is called Design. In a few words, here you need to describe in details how you are going to produce the solution. GCSE ICT coursework: section 4 The next step is called Implementation. It should be simple, because you simply need to do on a computer what you have described in the Design section. GCSE ICT coursework: section 5 Your project will end with the Evaluation section. Here, you will have to evaluate the outcomes of your work, draw conclusions, and suggest possible improvements. On our site payforessay.site, you can also find general guidelines for writing science courseworks.

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