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    (Original post by bono)
    Juwel, can I ask you a question?

    Would it be possible for me to do my A-Level Maths on AQA B, and do an A-Level Further Maths on OCR??

    Appreciate your advice
    Probably, they are separate A-Levels after all.

    But far more convenient to use the same exam board.
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Probably, they are separate A-Levels after all.

    But far more convenient to use the same exam board.
    Not really, because I would be able to get extra help If I did A-Level Further Maths on OCR, and it's also got more flexibility in module components.

    I'll explain, briefly.

    Due to a clash at school, I do Maths at college, on AQA B, at school it's OCR.

    However, I plan to drop economics at AS, which would free things up.

    However, I plan to do a full a-level in further maths, dropping economics and general studies as I despise them.

    I was thinking to do Further Maths OCR, with some teaching at school, and stick to the AQA B for my maths a-level. I would start in the summer, do perhaps 2 modules - which would help a lot for my ox application.

    Sorry for confusing you.
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    (Original post by bono)
    Not really, because I would be able to get extra help If I did A-Level Further Maths on OCR, and it's also got more flexibility in module components.

    I'll explain, briefly.

    Due to a clash at school, I do Maths at college, on AQA B, at school it's OCR.

    However, I plan to drop economics at AS, which would free things up.

    However, I plan to do a full a-level in further maths, dropping economics and general studies as I despise them.

    I was thinking to do Further Maths OCR, with some teaching at school, and stick to the AQA B for my maths a-level. I would start in the summer, do perhaps 2 modules - which would help a lot for my ox application.

    Sorry for confusing you.
    No problem. Discuss it at school and college, see what your options are. You might get lucky or you might find you'll have to compromise somewhere. You might even end up with A-Level Pure and Applied as opposed to Double...
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    No problem. Discuss it at school and college, see what your options are. You might get lucky or you might find you'll have to compromise somewhere. You might even end up with A-Level Pure and Applied as opposed to Double...
    Cheers.
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    (Original post by bono)
    Cheers.
    No problem. Best of luck.
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    (Original post by mik1a)
    ahh seem very simple

    would that make cosec x and sec x tend to infinity when sin x and cos x touch the x axis

    and inversely cot x touches the x axis at 90, 270 etc. when tan x would tend to infinity?
    yes, you get asymtotes and cosecx and sinx dont cross the x-axis. go to the as/a2, p2 section at www.mathsnet.net and it has all the graphs.
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    Seeing anything maths related in the academic section is making me feel sad. I'm glad i dropped it. I had no choice but i do miss it.
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    (Original post by pinkfairy)
    Seeing anything maths related in the academic section is making me feel sad. I'm glad i dropped it. I had no choice but i do miss it.
    Maths is a love/hate relationship.
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    (Original post by bono)
    Maths is a love/hate relationship.
    An complex and irrational relationship...
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    An complex and irrational relationship...
    oooh new avatar....
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    (Original post by elpaw)
    oooh new avatar....
    Nah I wanted to make it my profile pic, doesn't work...
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    (Original post by elpaw)
    oooh new avatar....
    guz - When i go to oxford, i am gonna get a crew cut , just like yours.

    the guzowski head!
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    ok. you do that.
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    (Original post by elpaw)
    ok. you do that.
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    (Original post by bono)
    why the frown?
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    (Original post by elpaw)
    why the frown?
    You were quite negative towards my idea.
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    (Original post by bono)
    You were quite negative towards my idea.
    all i said is "you do that". if that was sarcastic i would have added :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by bono)
    Maths is a love/hate relationship.
    exactly. oh i do miss it! I can't believe i've dropped it! What have i done?
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    (Original post by pinkfairy)
    exactly. oh i do miss it! I can't believe i've dropped it! What have i done?
    It's not too late! Come back!
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    (Original post by elpaw)
    all i said is "you do that". if that was sarcastic i would have added :rolleyes:
    Don't you think it's a good idea, the crew cut?
 
 
 
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