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Confused about Edexcel Maths, Further Maths and Additional Further Maths watch

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    I'm doing my A2's as a private candidate and wondering if anyone could help tell me what modules i would need to take to get preferably 3 A2's in Maths, Further Maths and Additional Further Maths. Here's a list of what i've currently done/planning to do

    Already done: C1 C2 FP1 M1 D1 S1
    Planning to do: C3 C4 FP2 S2 S3 M2

    Would i need to take some earlier modules to cover a AS Additional further maths and also A2 in the same year or is AS additional further non-existent. Thank you for any help and clarification
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    For Edexcel, there is an Additional A Level in Further Maths (3rd A Level in maths). In order to get it, you have to do all 18 modules.
    You would need to add FP3, M3, M4, M5, S4 and D2 to your list.
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    Not sure exactly what you mean but I did AS Further Additional Maths. I sat:

    C1, C2, C3, C4
    FP1, FP2, FP3,
    M1, M2, M3, M4
    S1, S2
    D1, D2

    I thinhk you can have pretty much any combination for A2 Maths, A2 Further Maths and AS Further Additional as long as you include C1-4 and FP1-3.
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    Ahh, i understand now i think learning 12 modules at once might be a bit overwhelming. Thank you very much for clearing it up!
 
 
 
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