Aqa computing coursework specification

A program that demonstrates the use of a simple encryption method such as the Caesar Cipher is unlikely to be of A-level standard due to the limited amount of processing done. However, if this were developed into a more complete system, for example with the option to use alternative types of cipher, a graphical display of the Caesar Cipher wheels, the ability to load/save data then this would be of A-level standard but unlikely to achieve a high mark for the technical solution. The incorporation of a code-cracking option that used techniques such as frequency analysis or comparing potential solutions to dictionary text to crack a code would offer access to higher marks for the technical solution, as a result of more complex algorithms being used.

Aqa computing coursework specification

aqa computing coursework specification

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