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ZigZag Education Educational resources for schools and colleges
✓ Price includes site copy licence ✓ Automatic sale-or-return 10-day evaluation period ✓ Online inspection copies

'An excellent resource... great use of exam questions at the end of each topic to consolidate learning... The exam questions follow a similar format to past papers. The definitions are good for revision since a lot of marks are for explaining them. The keywords, acronyms also help student focus on important technical terms they must use when answering questions on the topics.' '
R McGeagh, CCEA GCSE ICT Teacher,
Independent Reviewer


CCEA GCSE ICT 2010 specification

Unit 3 Course Companion

'Matches the specification to the letter'  R McGeagh, CCEA ICT Teacher, Independent Reviewer


Comprehensive student companion, written specifically for the new CCEA specification.
Detailed notes and exam-style questions develop students’ learning of every topic (answers included).

  • Follows the same order as the specification, leaving no stone unturned
  • Key words, acronyms and definitions familiarise students with the terms they need to know

'Very comprehensive companion to the new spec. Strong on detail and content presented within a range of formats - use of tables, images etc... It does an excellent job of matching the learning outcomes of the specification. It has a sound structure for working through the content in the specification.'
D O'Connor, CCEA ICT Teacher, Independent Reviewer


ZigZag Education sell Course Companions (above), Topic Tests and Practice Papers to support the new GCSE CCEA specification.
Resources supporting the Controlled Assessment are available to purchase from Paul Long's website – take me there