The written theory exam is 2 hours long and covers a wide range of topics. Questions range from simple true/false ones, to ones requiring long, extended answers.

Like any other IGCSE subject, ICT theory requires you to understand and learn the facts.

There is no shortcut... you will have to REVISE!

But, hopefully, these notes will help you to gain the understanding required.
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If you're trying to find out about a particular topic, rather than a syllabus section, try looking here:
Before you start reading the notes for each of the syllabus sections, read this introductory section:
The notes are divided into the following sections to match the theory section of the syllabus:
  1. Types and Components of Computer Systems
  2. Input and Output Devices
  3. Storage Devices and Media
  4. Computer Networks
  5. Data Type and Organisation
  6. The Effects of Using IT
  7. ICT Use in Everyday Life,
    ICT Use in the Workplace
  8. Systems Analysis and Design

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