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    (Original post by JustSamHughes)
    I completely suck at Decision Maths. Mechanics, Pure or Statistics I find fine though. So my question is resit D1 where it seems unlikely I'll do any better, or sit a different MEI module (M4, S3, Differential Equations or something else).

    Okay I did my Maths A level on WJEC:
    UMS Marks: 503 Grade: A*
    C1: 83 (sat 2013)
    C2: 83 (sat 2013)
    C3: 80
    C4: 100
    S1: 84 (sat 2013)
    S2: 73

    I've done Further Maths AS on MEI (all sat 2014):
    UMS Marks: 232 Grade: B
    FP1: 84
    M1: 92
    D1: 56

    For the A2 further Maths we are sitting FP2, M2 and M3.
    If you don't think you'll improve much in D1 then I'd suggest taking DE, however I've not sat any modules under that exam board so can't tell you what to expect, nor how hard it will be, sorry
 
 
 
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