A-Level Computing Tutors in London

The rise of Google, the rise of Facebook, the rise of Apple, I think are proof that there is a place for computer science as something that solves problems that people face every day.

– Eric Schmidt

All of the Tutors we work with are experienced and enthusiastic professionals who are passionate about working with their students to develop and improve their results and help them engage in their selected subjects.

Our A-Level Computing Tutors have an extensive knowledge of their subjects and can help students with all areas of the subject, encouraging them to learn and develop, to be creative, and to find their own unique and innovative style.

A-Level Computing allows students to gain the relevant knowledge and skills to learn how to programme in an advanced level of programming language. When studying this A-Level course, students will begin to understand the use of computers in commerce and industry and will begin to appreciate the impact computers have on our society, businesses, and individuals.

Breakdown of the core Computing A-Level modules:

  • Problem-solving, programming, data representation and practical exercise
  • Computer components, the stored program concept, and the Internet
  • Problem-solving, programming, operating systems, database, and networking
  • The computing practical project

Benefits of studying A-Level Computing:

Many universities respect students who have undertaken A-Level Computing. Computing opens students up to a world of possibilities, with so many fascinating sectors they can get into. Computing gives students many technological skills that many other subjects do not provide such as programming languages, hardware architecture, and network design!

Why is it worth studying Computing at A-Level?

Computing is such a relevant part of every contemporary workplace, students A-Level Computing skills are in extreme demand. Many students go on to study Computing at degree level where they can specialise in coding, software engineering, and web design.

What can you do with a Computing degree?

From games developers to managers of IT and communications, computer science graduates have a range of computing related career opportunities open to them such as:

  • Database administrator
  • Games developer
  • Information systems manager
  • IT consultant
  • Multimedia programmer
  • System analyst
  • System developer

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