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    Hello,

    I was thinking about my Further maths A level and whether or not I should continue it to A2. Firstly that will be largely dependant on my results this year. Secondly, I was thinking about the modules that I would like to self study, m2 - m5, s2, fp2 and fp3. The only way I can complete m4, m5 and s2 is by doing Additional Further Maths AS, which sounds pretty awesome!

    If there is anyone that has any info on these modules, please could you give me some advice. Also, I want to go into Dentistry but like being adventurous and pushing myself to the limit. Would it be worth the additional work even though I don't want to go into a maths degree?

    Thanks in advance
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    I don't know how to sub to a thread, so I am writing.

    I would also be interested, for FP3 M3-M5 S3-S4 D2 are there any resources online like Exams solutions for these modules, ik Mr S doesn't cover these ones.

    Are the books enough?
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    (Original post by _bindra)
    Hello,

    I was thinking about my Further maths A level and whether or not I should continue it to A2. Firstly that will be largely dependant on my results this year. Secondly, I was thinking about the modules that I would like to self study, m2 - m5, s2, fp2 and fp3. The only way I can complete m4, m5 and s2 is by doing Additional Further Maths AS, which sounds pretty awesome!

    If there is anyone that has any info on these modules, please could you give me some advice. Also, I want to go into Dentistry but like being adventurous and pushing myself to the limit. Would it be worth the additional work even though I don't want to go into a maths degree?

    Thanks in advance
    If you would enjoy doing the extra modules, then go for it. I doubt it will be very helpful towards your degree, but it might impress universities. I have self studied m2 already (did the exam this year). I plan to do m3-m5 so we are doing similar things. M3 isn't too hard, although simple harmonic motion is a little tricky at the moment.
 
 
 
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