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    Salaam guys,

    I just finsihed FP3 and now beginning to do FP2, but as I started to revise for the AEA i was wondering how useful are these two modules for a maths degree at uni?

    Will it be benefitial to me greatfully?
    Also what part of the core and further pure modules will be most useful for a degree in maths?

    thanks very much just wanted to clarify that
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    Pretty much all of the Core stuff will be useful for a Maths degree at any university. However, Further Maths isn't essential for most universities, but if you're doing FP2 and FP3 (and AEA!) then I'd imagine you'll get a pretty good head start when you start your degree (since some of the Further Pure content will be repeated in the first term for those who haven't done Further Maths).
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    As far as I know, the further maths is taught to everyone in the first few weeks/semester of the first year of a maths degree (seeing as some schools don't offer FM). It's not necessary, but it does show you have an interest in the subject, and is fun to do
 
 
 
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