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Seniors: Mock Exam 2015

February 23, 2015 Leave a comment Go to comments

Update: Mr Relf has asked us to keep all mock exams to 2 hours maximum, so we will use some lesson time to do the Case Study part of the mock. I have made some changes below:

Your IB Computer Science mock exam will be one Tuesday 24 Mar 8am-10am in the Lofthouse.

In your final exam, your papers are:

SL

—Paper 1 (Topics 1-4)
—1h 30, 70 marks, 45% of total mark
—Section A: —30 minutes, 25 marks, compulsory short answer
—Section B: —60 minutes, 45 marks, compulsory long answer

—Paper 2 (Java option)
—1h, 45 marks, 25% of total mark

—[Internal Assessment is —30% of total mark]

HL

—Paper 1  (Topics 1-7)
—2h 10, 100 marks, 40% of total mark
—Section A: —30 minutes, 25 marks, compulsory short answer
—Section B: —100 minutes, 75 marks, compulsory long answer

—Paper 2 (Java option)
—1h 20, 65 marks, 20% of total mark

—Paper 3 (Case study)
—1h, 30 marks, 20% of total mark

[—Internal Assessment —is 20% of total mark]

Your mock is just one two-hour exam, with a separate lesson dedicated to examine the case study (HL only). If I give you a similar structure, with similar numbers of minutes per mark (the actual average minutes per mark for the final exam is about 1.3), then your mock will be:

SL

1h20 (60 marks) of Paper 1-type questions
40m (30 marks) of Paper 2-type questions

HL

1h15 (60 marks) of Paper 1-type questions
45m (30 marks) of Paper 2-type questions

[+60m (30 marks) of Paper 3-type questions to be done during lesson time on a date to be confirmed]

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