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# What UMS did you get in maths? watch

1. C1-99/100
C2-100/100
C3-97/100
C4-95/100
S1-100/100
D1-100/100

Overall 591/600

Applying for physics 2014 Entry
2. (AS)

Maths
C1 - 91
C2 - 100
D1 - 88

Total 279/300

Further Maths

FP1 - 89 (resat 81)
M1 - 88
S1 - 81

Total 258/300

Think these are good scores? I'm hoping to study Natural Sciences (Physics + Maths) or Theoretical Physics at Durham
3. (Original post by 0range)
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(Original post by fGDu)
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I wanted to ask a question. I'm thinking about mathematical science, look here
http://www.city.ac.uk/courses/underg...atical-science

How is this? How much does it differ from Bsc Mathematics? Is mathematical science just more applied, or are there any other main differences? If there are, what main differences are there?

Thanks a lot
4. June Year 11
C1 – 87
C2 – 94
D1 – 83

June Year 12
C3 – 92
M1 – 94
M2 – 87
S1 – 88
FP1 – 79

January Year 13
C4 – 88

All on the first attempt Off to do English at Oxford (wanted to take part )
5. AS Maths (270/300):
C1 - 87
C2 - 88
D1 - 95

AS Further Maths(271/300):
FP1 - 98
S1 - 88
S2 - 85

I'm quite pleased with, considering I thought I'd done terribly after this summer's exams. I'm considering applying for Mathematics with Economics at Warwick, LSE, Bristol, Nottingham, St. Andrews at the moment. Does anyone know if any of these universities ask for UMS scores and if these scores would be good enough?
6. C1-100
C2-100
M1-100
C3-100

Going to take in year 12 C4 and M2.

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7. C1: 95
C2: 76
C3: 38
C4: 29
D1: 70
S1: 76

Total: 384 for Grade C. C3 and C4 ****ed me up badly.
8. (Original post by krisshP)
I wanted to ask a question. I'm thinking about mathematical science, look here
http://www.city.ac.uk/courses/underg...atical-science

How is this? How much does it differ from Bsc Mathematics? Is mathematical science just more applied, or are there any other main differences? If there are, what main differences are there?

Thanks a lot
I've had a look, and it appears that the degree contains some pure maths to give you a background in applied maths, it seems to lean towards applied maths for user in industry, and it has some impressive graduate recruitment statistics
9. C1 - 100
C2 - 98
C3 - 94
C4 - 99
S1 - 90
M1 - 96

Doing Maths at Durham
10. (Original post by fGDu)
I've had a look, and it appears that the degree contains some pure maths to give you a background in applied maths, it seems to lean towards applied maths for user in industry, and it has some impressive graduate recruitment statistics
Thank you for your insight very much
11. (Original post by Agate)
(AS)

Maths
C1 - 91
C2 - 100
D1 - 88

Total 279/300

Further Maths

FP1 - 89 (resat 81)
M1 - 88
S1 - 81

Total 258/300

Think these are good scores? I'm hoping to study Natural Sciences (Physics + Maths) or Theoretical Physics at Durham
These scores are pretty good however you'll need to continue to maintain such scores in the A levels. Also I believe Durham are starting to ask for A*s?
12. C1 91
C2 92
C3 86 (was SO surprised)
C4 59 (C3 paper threw me off this exam)
M1 74
M2 57 ( I hate mechanics )
Total UMS 459

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13. C1: 89
C2: 90
C3: 95
C4: 100
M1: 89
M2: 93
S1: 88
S2: 96
D1: 86 ( no one cares anyway, its D1)
FP1: 96
FP2: 86
FP3: 93

Accepted for Maths at Bath
14. (Original post by RuSSeLLMaGuiRe)
How do people think I should arrange my modules? And is D2 and/or M1 worth resitting? I completely ballsed up... I made loads of little mistakes... :/

AQA Mathematics
C1 - 96
C2 - 100
D1 - 98

Total - 294 (98%)

AQA Further Mathematics

FP1 - 98
M1 - 79
D2 - 79

Total - 256 (85.3%)

If I swapped M1 and D1 I'd be at 275 (91.7%) in each...

What do you guys think?
Just wondering - is my M1 score going to hurt an Engineering application (Durham)?
15. C1 99
C2 90
C3 100
C4 99
M1 98
M2 92

578/600.

I will be doing either Maths or Econ at uni.
16. For Single Maths

C1 - 99
C2 - 95
C3 - 95
C4 - 100
M1 - 90
M2 - 89

Total - 568/600

For Further Maths

FP1 - 97
FP2 - 96
FP3 - 97
S1 - 97
S2 - 100
M3 - 95

Total - 582/600

Will be studying Maths at Bristol
17. C1: 100 FP1: 97
C2: 96 FP2: 98
C3: 98 M2: 100
C4: 91 M3: 63
M1: 91 S2: 100
S1: 95 D1:75 also FP3: 62

Currently Studying Physics (4 yrs MSci) at The Queen's College, University of Oxford.
18. C1: 100
C2: 80
C3: 78
C4: 94
D1: 80
M1: 92

Physics applicant
19. for edexcel maths, which would you recommend to do this year- S2 or D1? As i really didnt like all the physics calculations in physics GCSE but managed them, and really liked S1 (got 95% in AS) but have heard D1 is much easier than S2?
20. C1: 98
C2: 100
C3: 97
C4: 100
S1: 100
M1: 98

A* 593/600

I'll be studying Accounting and Business at Reading in October. I was wondering if any of you Mathematics applicants found the A-level a bit tedious? Learn a formula - apply it; learn a formula - apply it, etc. Did it really test our logic and problem-solving skills? I can't imagine that it adequately prepares students for a degree in the subject. I guess you have F. Maths and Step for that?

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