GCSE Computer Science Revision

ReviseComputerScience is your complete GCSE Computer Science revision package for your Computer Science GCSE.

The site will be invaluable to students studying the OCR, AQA, EdExcel or Eduqas Computer Science GCSE courses. When comparing each specification, so much of the content is the same!…use the exam board mapping pages (OCR, AQA, Edexcel, Eduqas) to ensure that you fully cover your course content.

This GCSE Computer Science revision site is a sister site of the highly popular ComputerScienceUK.com, which provides teaching resources for teachers of Computer Science, worldwide…so you can be certain of the quality!

What do I get?

ReviseComputerScience contains:

embedded interactive lesson presentations

accompanying downloadable / printable revision notes pages

online interactive exam practice quizzes

(automatically marked on submission and with detailed feedback / tips for each answer)

embedded, interactive flash cards

downloadable/printable flashcards

…for all aspects of the course.

Sample one of the ‘Revision Zones’ by clicking this link now!

How much will it cost me?

Individual student accounts start at just £2 and are automatically created when purchased through the website with either credit/debit card or PayPal.

1 month membership = £2

3 months membership = £2.50

6 months membership = £3

12 months membership = £5

24 months membership = £7

GDPR Compliance

Revise Computer Science is fully GDPR compliant. Feel free to read the company’s GDPR policy.

Teachers looking to purchase a class set…

If you are a teacher looking to purchase a class set of accounts for your students, please follow the guidance on the Multi-User Checkout page.
*Discounts apply when ordering 11 accounts or over (see 4th image on the slider above for more details). Does not apply to 1 month accounts.

Please Note: All accounts are of equal status – There are no ‘teacher’ accounts that can monitor the progress of their students from a central location. However, each user has a ‘Quiz Results History’ page, which students could present to teachers, to show their ‘revision quiz’ progress.

This website is a great ‘course companion’ for any Computer Science GCSE course.