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Personalised Feedback Sheet for IGCSE Section 4 - Networks

Name: Natasha Hunt

Target grade: A
General feedback/class needs:
There was a lot of material covered in this unit from the definition of a network,
to LANs, WANs, WLANs, network hardware, security, authentication methods,
video conferencing, Fax, Email and the Data Protection Act. This meant that there
really wasnt anywhere to hide if you didnt do your revision. Fortunately, for
most people, you did well on this test which shows that you have a good base
knowledge across the board in this broad topic well done.
Those who didnt do so well fell in to the same old traps:

No or little revision (and I mean practising the questions on my site, not

reading notes)
Not reading the question or relating to it in your answer
Giving short or one word answers when you need to explain yourself!

These three things should now be considered so basic that no one is making
these mistakes. There is no magic formula for passing a test and no one is just
better than you, it all comes down to how much work youve done and are
prepared to do. If you are able to sit yourself down, practise questions from my
site and test yourself then you stand a chance of doing seriously well.

Your performance:
Marks: 36/54
Percentage: 66.666666666666657%
Grade: C
Your personal targets:
1. Revise advantages and disadvantages of having computers networked.
2. Revise the role of a proxy server.
3. Revise more/different advantages of video conferencing as some answers
werent on the mark scheme despite going over them in class.
Copy out and answer fully questions 11, 13, 14 and 15.
11)describe 4 differences between an internet and an intranet.
The internet is open to the public whereas an intranet is not.
An intranet is owned by one organisation unlike the internet as no one person
owns everysingle cable.
The internet is global intranet is for one organisation.
Intranet is managed/policed whereas the internet is not.

13) explain the purpose of the data protection act and one of the principles.
The data protection act stops the miss use of data and it should be used fairly
and lawfully.
14) give three advantages of video conferencing are
1 you dont have to transport documents
2 you can call meetings at late notice.
3 you can work from home.
15) give three disadvantage of video conferencing.
1 it requires an internet connection to work therefore it cannot be done on the
2 your equipment could breakdown
3 if you and the recipient live in different countries in different time zones
scheduling a meeting could be difficult as whilst they are awake you could be