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    Im thinking of doing as further maths in my year as something to keep my brain active in my year out before 6 months of alcohol abuse in greece

    Fp1 i think i could teach myself but the applied modules might be were my problems start because i didi d1 and d2 at a2 i haev no expierience doing either stats or mechanics although i did do GCSE soo wot 2 applied modules would you think would be best for me to do?
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    I'd do M1 and S1 to keep your choices open and your brain active!
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    Isnt m1 like physics? becuase i was absolutley **** at science
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    Lo,

    Im thinking of doing as further maths in my year as something to keep my brain active in my year out before 6 months of alcohol abuse in greece

    Fp1 i think i could teach myself but the applied modules might be were my problems start because i didi d1 and d2 at a2 i haev no expierience doing either stats or mechanics although i did do GCSE soo wot 2 applied modules would you think would be best for me to do?
    S1 and S2, or M1 and M2
    you got to do a "2" mod, ocos its classed as being an A2 mod, and for AS further maths i believe you need P4 and at least one A2 applied mod,

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    Yeah you can get away with S1, S2 and M1. Depends whether you're looking for a challenge or just want the points....
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    Tbh i prefer the pure side of it by miles the applied modules would be done jsut for sake of having to do them the two shortest would probaly be best.
 
 
 
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