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    (Original post by ubisoft)
    What are you currently doing in further that you find easy? fp2 is probably the hardest module in all of A-levels.
    I'm doing m1 right now, though I probably find it easy since I'm into physics (though it's the super boring part of physics)
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    (Original post by Jiffylemmon)
    I'm doing m1 right now, though I probably find it easy since I'm into physics (though it's the super boring part of physics)
    M1 is pretty easy, I got 100 in that, and scraped an A in fp2 (82). It gets much harder, even fp1 is quite hard.

    But yeah just keep both for AS. If you flop then you can drop for A2.

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    (Original post by aymanzayedmannan)
    Personally find FP3 harder.
    Edexcel? I'm on aqa. Their fp2 is extreme.

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    i am doing As Level Statistics which is C1 C2 S1 and i am finding C1 really easy!!
    do you think can i do both Statistics and Further Maths ?? i love maths and enjoy it
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    (Original post by ubisoft)
    M1 is pretty easy, I got 100 in that, and scraped an A in fp2 (82). It gets much harder, even fp1 is quite hard.

    But yeah just keep both for AS. If you flop then you can drop for A2.

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