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    Hi, if you took a level maths and further maths, what modules did you take altogether, thanks
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    P1,P2,p3,p4,p5,p6,c1,c2,c3,c4,m1 ,m2,m3,m4,s1,s2,s2,s3,s4
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    i thought they dont do p1-6 anymore
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    (Original post by xx007)
    i thought they dont do p1-6 anymore
    He obviously did it before the change over.

    Now you will definitely do the following I believe:

    C1, C2, C3, C4, FP1, FP2. I don't think FP3 is compulsory for Double Maths You then do applied modules such as Statistics, Mechanics, Decisions and Differential Equations.
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    p1-p6, m1-m3, d1-d2, s1.
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    what happens if we wanna resit any of p4-p6?
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    (Original post by riks2004)
    what happens if we wanna resit any of p4-p6?
    Think you will still be able to at the next two sessions though don't quote me on that.
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    If you take Further Maths and Maths, this is what you take:

    C1-C4, M1 and M2, S1-S3, and FP1-FP3

    Now, obviously, there are some other combinations, such as

    C1-C4, D1 and D2 S1-S3 and FP1-FP3

    or

    C1-C4, S1 and S2, M1-M3 and FP1-FP3

    So, C1-C4 and FP1-FP3 are compulsory for a Further Maths A-level. The applied modules depend upon which Sixth Form/College you attend. Usually, the top combination is done, but there are people with Decision modules.

    Hope this clears everything up for you.
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    uhh, cant be bothered to find you the link right now, but i know with edexcel FP3 is not compulsory.

    Anyone done S3? How does it fair against M3? I'm leaning toward more mechanics modules, stats are a tad boring...
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    We are doing

    C1, C2, C3, C4, FP1, FP2, FP3, S1, S2, S3, M1 and M2

    wonderful, two hours of maths, everyday. :rolleyes:
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    p1-4, s1-2, m1-2, d1
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    p1-5, m1-4, s1-2, d1-2. (OCR)
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    P1 - P6 (though this has changed) M1 - M5 , S1 and D1 (though I didn't really need it)
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    p1-6 , m1-5 (am i the only one?), s1
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    We're doing:

    C1-4, FP1-4, M1-3, S1
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    With Edexcel, at my school they're doing:

    C1-4, FP1-3, D1, S1-2, M1-2
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    edexcel im doing: c1 c2 c3 c4, m1 m2 m3, s1 s2 s3, fp1 and either fp2 or fp3
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    C1, C2, C3, C4, S1, S2 (A-level Maths)
    FP1, FP2, FP3, M1, M2, M3 (A-level Further Maths)

    If I recall correctly.
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    Last year we did (OCR) C1-4, M1&2, S1
    Next year we're doing FP1-3, M3&4, S2-4.
    Basically everything except the D modules.
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    P1-P6, M1-M4, S1-S2..


    ...Gaz...you did both Decision mods, lol - feel sorry for you m8; they are unbelievably boring!

    phil
 
 
 
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