Hi, This year I'm doing 3 A-Levels: Comp Sci, Physics and Maths.
After not knowing what I wanted to do at the beginning of the year I've decided I want to study mathematics at University. I know that some (top)Uni's require Further Maths whilst most like it. I have gotten an A in 19/20 tests/mocks we've done in AS (90%-95% average), and A high bronze in the UKSMT(no prep). I have the option of studying AS Further Maths next year which I will take alongside my 3 A-levels, I also enquired about taking A2 further maths next year and dropping Comp sci or Physics but I was told I cannot do it due to the order in which they study the modules (FP1 and FP2 both done in autumn, same with M1/2). As I am really interested in doing A2 further maths to strengthen my uni application (and because I enjoy it) I've looked into the FMSP in order to study A2 FM in my spare time as I can study the modules in the order that suits me. However if I do this I will not be able to drop Physics or Comp Sci as then I would only be doing 2 A-Levels in College which is not allowed. I understand this would be a lot of work to undertake, and in hindsight I opted for FM at the start of this year as that would've been a much easier way to get the 4 A-Levels
Self-teaching/Online A2 Further Maths alongside
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