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    Sorry if this thread has already been done but I need to know the answer to this quickly:

    Obviously for EDEXCEL Maths you have to do C1 C2 C3 C4 and for further maths you have to do FP1 and FP2.

    So then I have also taken D1, M1, S1, M2, S2 and FP3.

    I assume of course FP3 would be used for Further Maths, however, what about the other 5 modules?

    With all my best modules together I only need 14/100 in C4 to get an A (which I am quite confident of getting over 80 UMS marks). However, I did really badly in FP2 and I doubt FP3 would be any better.

    So if say I get a comfortable A with all my best modules together in maths and a B with all my lesser modules in Further Maths is, it is possible that the highest marks in the D1, M1, S1, S2 and M2 could be transferred to further maths in order to bring the mark up to an A while not affecting the overall grade in maths?
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    (Original post by benno2012)
    Sorry if this thread has already been done but I need to know the answer to this quickly:

    C1-4 must be in Maths - within the combination rules of the specification 2 applications units will be used to make up the maths grade

    FP1-3 would be in Further Maths as would any remaining applications units

    rules here:


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