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    For Core Maths (AQA), I've heard that you just need and A along with an average of over 90% in C1,C2,C3,C4. So no applied taken into account. Could someone confirm this?

    For Further Maths (AQA), someone said that you need an A along with over 90% in any 3 modules not ending in a 1. So FP2,FP3,M2 for example. But that seems slightly odd as you could actually have M2,S2,D2.

    Finally, how does allocation of modules work if you do Maths and Further. I've been told that my school have no input as to how it works. So could I get given an A* in maths and a B in Further over 2 A's?

    Hope that all makes sense,

    Thanks in advance,


    A* in maths is 90% in C3 and C4 and an A overall

    A* in further maths is 90+% in 3 best units of your A2 year, these 3 units need to be from either:
    - FP2 difficulty and above
    - or the second applied units and above (eg. M2/S2/D2 +)

    A* at A level is some information
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    Thanks guys.
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