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controlled assessment

Mr Bullock
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Richard Bullock

on 12 July 2010

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Transcript of controlled assessment

What Work Is Needed For Your Contolled Assessment Front Cover
A simple Sheet with your details of the course and a 3D image of your final idea Design Brief
You need a copy of the
Design Brief that was set
by the client at the beginning of the project Analysis of the BRIEF
and key features
Check through the brief
and take out all the key areas Specification
Using ACCESSFMM
develop a specification in
detail for your product Developing a RANGE of ideas
These designs have to be imaginative
and appropriate to your specification Testing the final solution
This section is all based
on the evidence of your modelling
Using a 3 column table
to prove the success of
your project agsainst the
SPECIFICATION A table showing peoples
opinions on your ideas.
WHICH IDEA IS BEST? Completing a range of
CAD drawings
Including 3rd Angle Orthographic
and Google Sketchup Presenting ideas of how the product can be modified or improved
Between 3 and 5 improvement I Hope that gives you brief
insight into what is needed
from your controlled assessment Include evidence of Electronics Schematic
and switch research
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