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    Don't do Decision it's a horrendous module.
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)
    C1 C2 C3 C4
    FP1 FP2 FP3
    M1 M2
    S1 S2
    D1 D2

    Unless you have a particular degree that will benefit from more M

    The greens in Y12
    But that's 13 modules? The double A levels would only require 12.
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    (Original post by Occams Chainsaw)
    Fancy seeing you again :sexface:
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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    But that's 13 modules? The double A levels would only require 12.
    That is correct
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)
    That is correct
    My point is why do 13 over 12?
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    Doing D1 currently and it is easy but mind numingly dull, so unless it's the type of maths you're into, or you're not all that strong and are willing to put up with boredom to get a high mark id recommend starting away from it.
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    well for as further maths, i've decided on fp1 and s2 as 2 of my 3 modules; i don't think i can pick m2, because i'm doing m1 next year for a2
    so should i pick s3 or d1 as my third module?

    would it be better for me to reinforce my statistics or go for decision, which should broaden what i learn when taking further maths, despite it's apparently bad rep
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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    My point is why do 13 over 12?
    See post 14
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)
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    Enabler. You knew I'd find you here in the maths forum :sexface:
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)
    Then no problem - I personally think that FP3 is easier to self teach than M3

    Really? Wow!

    I am planning on doing Physics at university... but i was planning on studying M3 because i thought that it would compliment Physics
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    (Original post by Occams Chainsaw)
    Enabler. You knew I'd find you here in the maths forum :sexface:
    I have been waiting all day
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    (Original post by physicso)
    Really? Wow!

    I am planning on doing Physics at university... but i was planning on studying M3 because i thought that it would compliment Physics
    Then M3 is probably better for you

    I am a Pure Maths Junkie
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    Guys,
    I am going for Economics and I have taken FM AS. i ve finished fp1 and will take S2 but what is easier M2 or FP2?
    FP2 is probably more useful for uni right? but in my application (which i have already sent I have put FP1 M2 S2)
    What is "harder" if you take into account that I got 100 in M1 and a high Maths UMS of 95
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    (Original post by Stavrosant)
    Guys,
    I am going for Economics and I have taken FM AS. i ve finished fp1 and will take S2 but what is easier M2 or FP2?
    FP2 is probably more useful for uni right? but in my application (which i have already sent I have put FP1 M2 S2)
    What is "harder" if you take into account that I got 100 in M1 and a high Maths UMS of 95
    M2 is substantially easier than FP2, but yes for Economics FP2 would be a lot more useful.
 
 
 
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