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Thinking of doing this for lols, it would be: M3, M4, M5, S4, D1, D2. From what I've heard the latter two are easy but boring, so I wanted some opinions on the mechanics and stats modules from people who've done them (relative enjoyment/difficulty to preceding modules, time taken to learn, relevance to uni maths). Thanks

(I know someone will say it's pointless, do STEP instead, etc. but I want to keep learning some new stuff whilst preparing for STEP)
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What is Additional Further Maths Alevel? What modules are there?
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What is Additional Further Maths Alevel? What modules are there?
Everything that a person hasn't taken for Maths and Further Maths basically.
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What is Additional Further Maths Alevel? What modules are there?
A-level Maths requires 6 modules, and Further Maths requires a further 6. Edexcel offer 18 modules in total, going up to M5, S4 and D2. If you do them all, you get 3 A-levels.
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Hi i was just wondering if AS maths is like additional maths at GCSE or harder or.... maybe even easier? lol
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A-level Maths requires 6 modules, and Further Maths requires a further 6. Edexcel offer 18 modules in total, going up to M5, S4 and D2. If you do them all, you get 3 A-levels.
So if I do all 18 edexcel maths modules, I have 3 Alevels? Maths, Further Maths and Additional Further Maths?
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So if I do all 18 edexcel maths modules, I have 3 Alevels? Maths, Further Maths and Additional Further Maths?
Yep, if you cash them in.
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Yep, if you cash them in.
Have you done this or has anyone done this? Is it easy to get an A/A*?
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Have you done this or has anyone done this? Is it easy to get an A/A*?
I did it. As with the normal Maths A level, how easy it is depends on who you are.
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A-level Maths requires 6 modules, and Further Maths requires a further 6. Edexcel offer 18 modules in total, going up to M5, S4 and D2. If you do them all, you get 3 A-levels.
How can you apply to do the third A-Level?
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How can you apply to do the third A-Level?
I think this is for the old modular exam system; it doesn't exist any more.
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I think this is for the old modular exam system; it doesn't exist any more.
Oh right. I thought there were still modules oh well. Thanks.
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