I'm currently in a pre-ap java programming exposure class. For our final project, we must make some sort of working program like a video game of sorts. It can't be a simple slide show type game. The problem is, ladies and gentlemen witnessing my plea, that the "pre-ap" factor of this class has caused me problems. I don't have trouble maintaining a good grade in the class. But it's to the point that these last few months have been us being rushed through chapter questions to the point where you have to use control-F to find answers to get done in time opposed to actually reading the material and learning. Which leads me to believe I'm in need of lots of grace.
The program itself, what I thought would be simplest, is to make a trivia game with four categories, each of the categories having 1-2 questions. I also wanted to include the 'back' and 'next' buttons. This is as far as I've gotten as to ideas. The true problem is actually coding it. In all honesty, I understand simple concepts, but the entire class we've never had to start from scratch, and all the coding for more complicated parts of the program was already given to us, so when it comes to what to actually write from scratch, I've got nothing.
Be aware that if you post on this offering help, I will be asking several questions and you may be here awhile. Thanks!