A-Level Computing Tutoring in London
At Tutor House, we provide the essential tools for A-Level Computing tutoring that are both engaging and fascinating. All of our Computing Tutors have years of experience and are enthusiastic about their exceptional teaching methods.
Our tutors aim to make Computing as stimulating and interactive as possible. They make sure students feel confident in tackling every part of the syllabus.
Computing is the study of the use and operation of computers. Computing allows students to develop their skills in digital content creation that will lead to building websites and applications in the future.
“The purpose of computing is insight, not numbers.”
Breakdown of the core Computing A-Level modules:
- The characteristics of contemporary processors, input, output and storage devices
- Software and software development
- Exchanging data
- Data types, data structures and algorithms
- Legal, moral, cultural and ethical issues
- Elements of computational thinking
- Problem solving and programming
- Algorithms to solve problems and standard algorithms
Benefits of studying Computing at A-Level
Computing is a huge combination of development methods, problem solving and the acquisition of practical skill sets. A-Level Computing is a great subject to take if you intend to specialize in consultancy and web design.
Why is it worth studying A-Level Computing?
Computing specialists are masterminds of the digital world. Therefore, computing specialists are able to use their gained knowledge and skill sets to solve problems using technology, write software to make computers do new things or accomplish tasks more efficiently and create applications for mobile devices, develop websites, and program software.
This field also allows you to enhance your planning and research skills, and increase general knowledge on other subjects.
What can you do with a Computing degree?
If students choose to study Computing at degree level there are a vast number of careers opportunities open to them. Students are likely to be employed as a programmer, software engineer or database designer.
Did you know? Employers want their workers to have basic computer skills because companies are increasingly reliant in computers. Computer and Internet skills are valued in today’s academic and professional environments.
Top universities to study a Computing degree:
- Cambridge University
- Imperial College London
- Oxford University
- University of St. Andrews
- University of Warwick.