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    I got my results for this module on Thursday and am very proud to say that I got 85/100 ums. However after being informed of my individual question marks through AQA's ERA, I found that it was one question which I completely messed up which cost me a higher ums score. I know that an A is a fantastic grade and am very happy with 85 UMS, however since learning that S1, M2 and FP1 could make my AS Further Maths, I have become very tempted to have another go at S1 knowing that a really high UMS score in S1 could account for weaker performance in M2 (I got 80 UMS on FP1).

    Any responses would be appreciated.
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    I got 77 and not retaking it.
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    don't retake, focus on making M2 better. How did you do in M1?
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    don't retake, focus on making M2 better. How did you do in M1?
    Hi, I got 81 in M1 and 80 in FP1, however my June sitting of M2 will be a retake as I only got 50 last time in it! (in June 2012) Therefore I s thinking that if I got 100 in a Stats retake, I'd only need 60 in M2 to get an A in AS FM. (I do feel much more confident with M2 this time though!)
 
 
 
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