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i am i am - its gonna be amazing! (sorry, ive had coffee so im a bit hyper at the moment...)
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I am hoping to do Further Maths next yeah depending on what results that I get. Hoping for an A*
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I'm doing f. maths next year instead of critical thinking/general studies. Its kind of compulsory for me as I want to do maths at oxbridge.
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apart from FP1 and FP2/FP3, isnt FM fairly simple considering i can opt to do all the easy applied modules that i didnt do in normal A level maths.

i.e. lets say i choose M1,M2 in my A level maths can i go and chose D1,D2,S1,S2, FP1 and Fp2 as my further maths a level - surely thats quite straightforward?
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(Original post by MarcusLL)
apart from FP1 and FP2/FP3, isnt FM fairly simple considering i can opt to do all the easy applied modules that i didnt do in normal A level maths.

i.e. lets say i choose M1,M2 in my A level maths can i go and chose D1,D2,S1,S2, FP1 and Fp2 as my further maths a level - surely thats quite straightforward?
You also need to think about how the modules will apply to you. Why are you doing further maths? If you're going to do physics at university, shouldn't you be doing more mechanics modules? I think you see what I mean.

As for me, I'm doing further maths, though I don't think the D1/D2 modules are offered.

To up the thread a bit:
Is anyone considering additional further maths?
I might have a crack at an AS in that, by doing:
C1, C2, C3, C4, S1, S2, S3, M1, M2, M3, FP1, FP2, FP3, D1, D2

I'm all for self-teaching, but I'll need to know whether additional further maths would be an advantage (I'm not decided on what I want to do at university) so I'll talk to someone about that in college!
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(Original post by AnonyMatt)
You also need to think about how the modules will apply to you. Why are you doing further maths? If you're going to do physics at university, shouldn't you be doing more mechanics modules? I think you see what I mean.

As for me, I'm doing further maths, though I don't think the D1/D2 modules are offered.

To up the thread a bit:
Is anyone considering additional further maths?
I might have a crack at an AS in that, by doing:
C1, C2, C3, C4, S1, S2, S3, M1, M2, M3, FP1, FP2, FP3, D1, D2

I'm all for self-teaching, but I'll need to know whether additional further maths would be an advantage (I'm not decided on what I want to do at university) so I'll talk to someone about that in college!
Oh yeh i see what you mean. Ill have a go at all the stats modules in that case (for economics)

Regarding additional FM - im not actually doing it (cos im not taking FP3/FP4), but i am doing an extra 3 modules from somewhere!

You're self-teaching for everything??? Thats pretty extreme.
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(Original post by MarcusLL)
Oh yeh i see what you mean. Ill have a go at all the stats modules in that case (for economics)

Regarding additional FM - im not actually doing it (cos im not taking FP3/FP4), but i am doing an extra 3 modules from somewhere!

You're self-teaching for everything??? Thats pretty extreme.
Oh god no! I meant that if I were to do additional modules, I would self teach. My college does this:

Y12: C1, C2, C3, S1, S2, S3
Y13: C4, FP1, FP2, M1, M2, M3

I don't even know what modules there are altogether, but if it would help my university application, I would definitely self teach 3, or even 6 modules!
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I'm doing it aswell....starting in September doh! What have I let myself into? Hoping for A*(GCSE)
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I'm hoping to do it only if i get my A* in Maths. Haven't looked at the syllabus or anything but :eek: Hope its not that hardd.
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I'm doing (maths/f.maths)

AS: C1, C2, S1 / D1, D1, FP1
A2: C3, C4, M1 / FP2, ? , ?

I've got mixed opinions on doing decision maths as it is supposedly hard to revise and get good marks on and not respected, but it does seem quite interesting to me...
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Well not next year but the year after that, because next year I'm doing just the A-level. It's like, AS year: C1, C2, S1, C3, C4, M1 and A2 year with the FP modules. Sorry if I failed to communicate anything in this post T__T

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