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    (Original post by fred0202)
    Just the normal maths.

    For AQA you do P1, P2, (a choice between either M1 or S1), P4, P5 and (a choice between either M2 or S4), for a maths a-levels.
    spot the difference!
    http://www.edexcel.org.uk/VirtualContent/72400.pdf
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    Where did P3 go on AQA?
    That is for if you want to do a full pure maths a-level (instead of S1 or M1) or (I think) further maths.
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    (Original post by IntegralAnomaly)
    spot the difference!
    http://www.edexcel.org.uk/VirtualContent/72400.pdf
    Your P1-P3 are just the some as our P1-P2 and P4-P5 it is just that ours are spaced out into 4 modules so is probably a bit easier.

    BTW, what are the weightings for each paper? For us each P module is worth 15% and each M or S module is worth 20%
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    (Original post by fred0202)
    Your P1-P3 are just the some as our P1-P2 and P4-P5 it is just that ours are spaced out into 4 modules so is probably a bit easier.

    BTW, what are the weightings for each paper? For us each P module is worth 15% and each M or S module is worth 20%
    i think its equal weight for any module,and 3 modules in each year
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    Do you have to take all the P modules in the first year or can you mix them about a bit?
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    (Original post by fred0202)
    Do you have to take all the P modules in the first year or can you mix them about a bit?
    yopu dont have to take any modules int he first year. alternatively, you could take all the modules in the first year, and none in the second.

    but generally it's P1, P2 (M or S)1 in the first year, then P3 and (M or S)(2 and 3) in the second year
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    (Original post by elpaw)
    yopu dont have to take any modules int he first year. alternatively, you could take all the modules in the first year, and none in the second.

    but generally it's P1, P2 (M or S)1 in the first year, then P3 and (M or S)(2 and 3) in the second year
    Thanks for the replying.
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    Where did P3 go on AQA?
    AS Level Further Mathematics Module.
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    (Original post by fred0202)
    God Bless the AQA board!!
    AQA Specification B rulez!
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    Finally - someone that did the same maths (AQA B) as me!

    P1, P2, M1, P4, P5, M2 for Maths
    P3, M4, S6, P6, P7, S7 for Further

    The hardest part was doing those stats modules without doing S1 and S4 (although I did Statistics GCSE which was basically S1).
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    Well, I do AQA Spec A and that is Pure 2 (although think it may be different on Spec B). Pure 6 was maticies and vectors mostly (is the only Pure 4-6 you can take without really doing the Pure 1-3).

    Did:

    Normal: ME (methods - a kind of combined Pure 0 and Stats 0), P1, P2, P3, S1, M1
    Further: P4, P5, P6, S2, M2, D1
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    that papers well easy compared to the edexcel p5
    most the stuff there is in our p1-3 except for that vectors bit near the end
 
 
 

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