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    I am considering upgrading from Standard A-Level Maths (OCR) to AS-Further (also OCR not M.E.I). For just the standard one, at the end of this summer term, I'd have done C1,C2 and S1 and by the end of next year, C3,C4 and M1. I know that the people who take AS-Further at my school will at the end of this summer term have done C1,C2,S1 and M1 (which I can learn during the summer holidays) but I was wondering what will they have at the end of the second year. I mean I know they'll have overall C1,C2,C3,C4,S1,S2,M1,M2 (that's what our school does) but will they have and Further Pure topics?

    Thanks for your help,

    P.S I want to upgrade because I want to study Economics at university.

    It will depend on how your school teaches it.

    They'll have to do FP1 to get AS Further Maths. I feel I might be misunderstanding your question.
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