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    I'm doing the Edexcel course, and for normal A Level maths we have to do C1234, S1 and M1.

    I'm hoping to do Economics at university, and I'm also doing Physics at A Level, so which modules would you recommend I pick for FM? I reckon that I'd find the further pure modules the best, although would statistics go well with Economics?

    Thanks in advance
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    just do s2 and m2 and FP1,2,3,4 then.

    at the end of the day it really doesn't matter that much. if you want a break from lots of hard math, throw some decision modules in there. if you happen to really like stats just fill it up with a tonne of stats modules instead
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    Edexcel doesn't do FP4
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    (Original post by jd123)
    I'm doing the Edexcel course, and for normal A Level maths we have to do C1234, S1 and M1.

    I'm hoping to do Economics at university, and I'm also doing Physics at A Level, so which modules would you recommend I pick for FM? I reckon that I'd find the further pure modules the best, although would statistics go well with Economics?

    Thanks in advance
    I'm doing add. f.maths so I have to do them all (on edexcel too). I'd say FP1-FP3 inclusive + S1, M2, M3 (or M2, M3 and M4 since you're doing physics too).
 
 
 
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