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    Stats is a piece of piss but its bloody boring (got 100% in it ). M2 is more interesting and still a piece of piss.
    For these reasons I would definitely choose M2.
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    Do universities look at what individual modules you have done for Maths, or do they just look at the final mark??
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    (Original post by saiyamana)
    Do universities look at what individual modules you have done for Maths, or do they just look at the final mark??
    They just look at the grade, though obviously getting 560+/600 in maths or further maths may be a small bargaining tool if you miss other aspects of your offer.
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    lol honestly depends on what board! M2 is SO difficult on OCR! S1 is easier lol
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    (Original post by Zuber)
    lol me too. next year i have the choice of choosing 2 between M3, M4, S1, S2, and i will choose M3+4. some may call me crazy. i dont
    No mate, respect. :cool: They will undoubtedly be harder, but they ROCK, and that is the point after all.
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    (Original post by LHMarsh10)
    No mate, respect. :cool: They will undoubtedly be harder, but they ROCK, and that is the point after all.
    cheers . i might just do S1 and S2 (and something else) to get an extra AS. maths is the best subject. even at A-level. as ppl have said here, once you understand, not much work is needed. too bad the same cant be said about other subjects.
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    (Original post by Zuber)
    cheers . i might just do S1 and S2 (and something else) to get an extra AS. maths is the best subject. even at A-level. as ppl have said here, once you understand, not much work is needed. too bad the same cant be said about other subjects.
    Lol, yeah, that's a good idea. I like doing as much maths as possible too. :rolleyes: Afraid I can't say that not much work is needed in my case, I think I would work excessively even if I could do it without. I revise for General Studies for God's sake (I'm a bit strange to say the least... :rolleyes: ).
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    Depends really on the teacher you have mate. At the moment, alot of my class mates in abit of pickle cos our M2 teacher isn't really up to par, a nice person she is but doesn't bring any potential out of us in "lessons".

    If you have good enthusiastic teacher, M2 is something you might enjoy =)
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    Do both. You have nothing to lose that way (except for revision time - but come on, honestly )
 
 
 
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