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    I have a quick question that I hope someone can answer.

    I'm currently doing WJEC A level Mathematics and I'm interested in doing Mathematics or something Maths related in Uni (I haven't decided what I want to do yet). Atm I'm doing AS level Mathematics, Physics and Geography.

    I want to do Further Mathematics next year if all goes well in my exams and drop one of my AS Levels, probably Geography. However, in my college they do AQA Further Maths and the people that will be doing it will be the people that did AQA A level Mathematics in one year.

    Since I'm only doing AS this year, will I be at a disadvantage doing FP1, etc since I haven't done C3, C4 and M1 yet? Also, will I be able to do AQA Further Maths along with A2 WJEC Mathematics? Is that possible as they are different examination boards?

    Also, I love Mathematics and if needed, I can do some reading into C3/C4/M1/FP1 in the summer holidays so I have an idea of what to expect.

    Thanks for your time.
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    It all depends on how your college does the modules.

    For double maths, mine does pure maths c(1,2,3) in year one with either m/s(1,2,3) and in year 2 you do fp1,c4,fp2 and the remaining of the m/s option.

    Do you have any idea of how it's done where you are?
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    (Original post by Occams Chainsaw)
    It all depends on how your college does the modules.

    For double maths, mine does pure maths c(1,2,3) in year one with either m/s(1,2,3) and in year 2 you do fp1,c4,fp2 and the remaining of the m/s option.

    Do you have any idea of how it's done where you are?
    For Further Maths, I believe they do FP1, FP2, FP3, M2, S2 and I'm not sure about the sixth module.

    My friends doing double maths are doing C2, C3 and C4 atm having already done C1, S1 and M1 in January.
 
 
 
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