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    Just been on the AQA website to search for news on their further maths qualification and I could find it anywhere. I found FSMQ A-level instead. Is this the same thing? Did they change the modules to?

    EDIT: Never mind. It's not. The further mathematics modules are incorporated in the mathematics A-level.
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    PS Helper
    The FSMQ isn't even an A-level. FSMQ stands for "free-standing mathematics qualification" -- it's what's often studied by people in Y11 who did their GCSE a year early.
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