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    This year i take C1, C2 and S1 for normal maths and then S2, FP1 and M1 for further.
    However, i have realised the significant extra time taken up by further maths and, because i don't want to pursue a career in this field, I was wondering if i can take Maths and Further maths at AS then just maths as A2. Would i get the AS level in further maths?
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    Im currently studying maths and further maths.
    This year i will take C1, C2 and S1 for normal maths and then S2, FP1 and M1 for further.
    However, i have realised the significant extra time taken up by further maths and, because i don't want to pursue a career in this field, I was wondering if i can take Maths and Further maths at AS then just maths as A2. Would i get the AS level in further maths?

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    Yes you will get an AS in FM. However consider taking it on if you are interested in fields such as engineering as it may prove useful.



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    (Original post by bd17)
    Im currently studying maths and further maths.
    This year i will take C1, C2 and S1 for normal maths and then S2, FP1 and M1 for further.
    However, i have realised the significant extra time taken up by further maths and, because i don't want to pursue a career in this field, I was wondering if i can take Maths and Further maths at AS then just maths as A2. Would i get the AS level in further maths?

    Thanks
    You will end up with a full A level and a full AS level
 
 
 
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