CS – Internal Assessment

contactwahyu on December 3rd, 2015

What is the difference between a program flowchart and a system flowchart? A program flowchart details the flow through a single program. Each box in the flowchart will represent a single instruction or a process within the program. A system flowchart will show the flow through a system. Each box will represent a program or […]

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contactwahyu on November 18th, 2015

Items that need to be submitted: =============================== – a ZIP/RAR file contains your product (running application and source code) – a DOC file contains Criterion C The Assessment Criteria: ======================== The progress level of each items. You’ll get full mark only if these items are considered done. However, if no one has finished it, the […]

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contactwahyu on September 28th, 2015

Tiffany Client: her daddy Tool: PHP Solution Title: “eCommerce for UD. Duta Logam” Daniel Client: his Private Teacher Tool: Android Solution Title: “Student Weekly Progress Report in Android” Grace Client: her daddy Tool: PHP Solution Title: “Financial Report System at UD. Mitra Mandiri” Carissa Client: her daddy Tool: PHP Solution Title: “Inventory Control System at […]

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contactwahyu on March 19th, 2015

The student must evaluate the effectiveness of the product based on feedback from the client/adviser. This must include direct references to the success criteria identified in criterion A. The student must recommend proposals for the future improvement of the product. In the assessment criteria, it is stated for the highest mark : The product is […]

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contactwahyu on March 19th, 2015

This criterion assesses the extent to which the product: functions, as evidenced in the video can be expanded and modified by future users as evidenced in the design and development documentation. In the assessment criteria, it is stated for the highest mark: The video shows that the product functions well. Some expansion and modifications of […]

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contactwahyu on March 19th, 2015

The student must identify techniques used in developing the product. The student must explain the techniques, with screenshots, that were used to develop the product identified in criterion A, explaining why they have been used and why they are adequate for the task In the assessment criteria, it is stated for the highest mark: The […]

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contactwahyu on March 19th, 2015

The student must provide a record of tasks and a design overview that includes an outline test plan. The Record of tasks form must be used. The record of tasks and design overview must refer to the product proposed in criterion A. In the assessment criteria, it is stated for the highest mark : The […]

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contactwahyu on March 19th, 2015

The success criteria identified in criterion A will be used in criterion E to evaluate the effectiveness of the product. In the assessment criteria, it is stated for the highest mark: An appropriate scenario for investigation for an identified client, providing evidence of consultation, is described. The rationale for choosing the proposed product is justified and […]

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contactwahyu on March 18th, 2015

Rationale General overview The computer science internal assessment focuses on the balance between the level of algorithmic thinking and problem-solving required to develop a product within the framework of the design cycle. The assessment criteria Criteria A, B and E are process-orientated and examine how the internal assessment task was carried out and allow common […]

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contactwahyu on March 7th, 2015

Criteria A Revise this statement: notepad++ provides a simple connection to the database server. I don’t see any connection between the freeware notepad++ with its ability to connect to the database. In fact, notepad++ is only a text editor that has a built in feature for highlighting some parts of coding. This paragraph is so biased: XAMPP […]

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contactwahyu on February 23rd, 2015

Criteria A Your statement: Yunita’s operating system is Windows XP, so the program would be developed using Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 – is not relevant. … and it should be able to fade away – why? The criteria for success seems okay. Criteria B The Record of Task seems realistic. The table structure for the database […]

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contactwahyu on February 23rd, 2015

Criterion A Suggestion: change the term ‘bill’ become ‘invoice’, remove phpMyAdmin in this section, since phpMyAdmin is only an open source tool for user to maintain their database, it’s not relevant with your product. Also, your reason for choosing PHP as a tool for developing your product is not acceptable. You use the term ‘search […]

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contactwahyu on February 23rd, 2015

We are having problems in the beginning to compile the cover page since the student has compiled all the documentation in Mac, while he was developing the game in Windows. The basic knowledge of HTML is required, so the students will face no difficulties in arranging the cover page. Criterion A In this criteria, I […]

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