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New Android App Available on Google Play Store and its free to download

Solution Train has just published a new app on Google Play Store and its free.


Please download the app and give your feedback so we can improve this app.

New Android Apps Available For Free

Take the opportunity to download my latest Apps now before I sell on google play:
Drawing App
An exciting new app that allows free drawing with all you ever need to draw without restrictions, undo, redo, erase, change background colour, change font colour, change pen weight, change pen thickness, save drawings, load drawings, and many colours to choose from. Lowest Android version compatibility is SDK version 3.0.

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Register with Tutorhire and learn how to develop android apps.


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A-Level ICT Syllabus

A-Levels Syllabus The A Level course is made up of 4 units.   Units 1 and 3 are written examinations and are each worth 30% of the A Level.   Units 2 and 4 are coursework tasks and are each worth 20% of the A Level.  AS UnitsUnit 1: Information, Systems and Applications-          Data, information, knowledge and processing-          Software and hardware components of an information system-          Characteristics of standard applications software and application areas-          Spreadsheet concepts-     

How To Write a Personal Statement (for UCAS)

What is a personal statement?
A personal statement is a statement about YOU.

The UCAS personal statement is a 47 line (or 4000 character) piece of writing that allows you to tell the universities and colleges you are applying to why they should offer you a place on the course.

In order to do this successfully, you need to convey your passion and enthusiasm for the subject to the admissions tutors, as well as demonstrate your suitability to the course.


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