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    silly question but i was wondering
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    yes. it's aimed at people doing the regular maths A-level.
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    Yup, its just based on P1-3/C1-4 .. further mathematicians could do either AEA or STEP III, or indeed both if they're feeling brave...
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    & as a rather random anecdote - i knew plenty of A2 Mathmos who got M/Ds & FMathmos who failed the AEA... :eek:
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    I'm currently doing a a maths degree (on course for a first) and I got AA in Maths and Further Maths but I failed the AEA .
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    (Original post by Elles)
    & as a rather random anecdote - i knew plenty of A2 Mathmos who got M/Ds & FMathmos who failed the AEA... :eek:
    well said
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    (Original post by Elles)
    & as a rather random anecdote - i knew plenty of A2 Mathmos who got M/Ds & FMathmos who failed the AEA... :eek:
    sorry I don't understand :confused: what are merit and distinction for, step?
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    Merits and Distinctions are awarded for AEAs.
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    what Visesh said.

    i was just commenting on AEA Maths result apparent perculiarities for A2 Maths v. FM people i know... presumably because they test entirely different skills, but the core knowledge needed for the AEA is only that of the A2? no doubt RichE will have a better explaination for this observation that I..

    but anyway, with AEAs U=fail, M=merit, D=distinction. very confusing at first glance when opening results! :p:
 
 
 
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