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    I want to swap to a different course at my university, and I've been asked to do Further Maths.
    I have a couple of questions that I want to ask before I do it though.
    a) I already did M1 and M2 for my standard maths, if I pick a different exam board can I still do those two modules?
    b) From what I understand I have to sit 6 modules, 3 for As and 3 for A-level. If I decide to say do Fp1 Fp2 Fp3 S1 S2 D1, can I say do Fp1 FP3 and S2 for my As (The harder modules) and Fp3 S1 and D1 for my A-level (the easier modules)
    c) Do I have to declare upfront which modules are my As-modules and which ones are my A-level modules? Basically I need an A*, therefore I need an average of 90% in the A-level modules and 80% overall. So if at the end I get above 90% in 3 modules, and below 90% in the other 3 can I just say that the ones I got above 90% in are the A-level modules?


    Thanks in advance
    (Yeah I know queestion 2 and 3 are almost the same, but still..)
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    You don't decide which module goes where. There are automatic aggregration rules.

    You don't have to study FM with the same Awarding Body you studied your normal A Level with but I would stay with the same one if you can.

    You cannot do M1 and M2 again. You can do M3 if you wish.
 
 
 
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