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This ICT is designed to help you practice and revise all the topics covered in a GCSE national syllabus. This course is an extended version of your class note with practice questions. Our subject matter experts have uniquely crafted the multiple-choice questions applying international best practices. The course familiarizes you with different question styles and enables you to build confidence and motivation to succeed in your examination. Additionally, a simplified but detailed Hint is provided for each answer. The questions are structured by topics for easy integration into school and external examinations.

What you will learn
You will learn the necessary skills to achieve competence in ICT. The course covers various topics such as computer input and output devices, computer security and ethics, computer software, computer virus, data and information, database, computer system, logic circuit, memory unit, data conversion, computer graphics, basic programming language, network devices, network topology, presentation package, internet, digitalization of data, components of computer, operating system and application of ICT in everyday life.

Course requirements
The course is suitable for JSS 3, SSS1, SSS2 and SSS3 students. Therefore, this course can be taken for both foundation and higher levels of ICT proficiency. As such, there are no specific course requirements, but students are encouraged to have a basic understanding of ICT.

Who is the course for?
The course is designed for candidates preparing for ordinary-level Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE), General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE), and Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) Examinations, as well as first-year college students. It is also suitable for anyone who wants to improve their ICT skills for personal or professional reasons.


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