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    I am just wondering whether- since somebody I know who took AS level maths learnt the numerical solutions to equations amongst other things not in his syllabus (As he was at a very good school), whether there are things in Further Mathematics AS not on the syllabus but would be useful to learn? Please respond with any answers, it would be of great help!
    Also, if you know of any good study resources for maths and further maths AS please share. Thank you.
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    (Original post by MathsMeister)
    I am just wondering whether- since somebody I know who took AS level maths learnt the numerical solutions to equations amongst other things not in his syllabus (As he was at a very good school), whether there are things in Further Mathematics AS not on the syllabus but would be useful to learn? Please respond with any answers, it would be of great help!
    Also, if you know of any good study resources for maths and further maths AS please share. Thank you.
    I am not sure that I understand your question

    There is lots of maths not to the A Level syllabus

    But what do you mean "in FM" but "not on the syllabus" - if it isn't on the syllabus it is not on the course

    And then - "useful" in what sense
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    (Original post by MathsMeister)
    I am just wondering whether- since somebody I know who took AS level maths learnt the numerical solutions to equations amongst other things not in his syllabus (As he was at a very good school), whether there are things in Further Mathematics AS not on the syllabus but would be useful to learn? Please respond with any answers, it would be of great help!
    Also, if you know of any good study resources for maths and further maths AS please share. Thank you.
    The attached notes were produced for the MEI syullabus but may be of some use.
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  2. File Type: pdfRevision Notes FP1-3.pdf (566.6 KB, 59 views)
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)
    I am not sure that I understand your question

    There is lots of maths not to the A Level syllabus

    But what do you mean "in FM" but "not on the syllabus" - if it isn't on the syllabus it is not on the course

    And then - "useful" in what sense

    I just thought that since she was taught FP1 work for AS maths, it must have been useful- so my question is whether there is any further material that could be done for further maths?
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    wow mei syllabus is insane compared to edexcel and the rest
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    How long do you reckon it would take to do one module to an A grade if you are good at maths for example FP1, S1 or C2.
 
 
 
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