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    Next year I am looking to take 9 maths exams. My school had a timetable clash last year which prevented me from taking FM (edexcel), for this reason I am only taking C1 C2 & M1 this summer. Next year I really want to take AS & A2 FM on top of finishing off my Maths A-Level and because I have a passion for maths and am willing to work really hard to achieve As in all 9 exams next year. The exams i'm thinking about sitting next year are:

    C3
    C4
    FP1
    FP2
    FP3
    M2
    M3
    S1
    D1

    My question to you is if you think this is possible or reasonable to take in one year. If I were to do this then I would drop two of my subjects from this year so I would essentially be just doing Physics A2 (OCR) and the exams I listed above. I'm aiming for 90 UMS in all my exams this year however I really hate CompSci and History and really want to drop them next year.

    For the record do revise / do school work alot.

    Thanks in advance.
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    (Original post by Louisb19)
    Next year I am looking to take 9 maths exams. My school had a timetable clash last year which prevented me from taking FM (edexcel), for this reason I am only taking C1 C2 & M1 this summer. Next year I really want to take AS & A2 FM on top of finishing off my Maths A-Level and because I have a passion for maths and am willing to work really hard to achieve As in all 9 exams next year. The exams i'm thinking about sitting next year are:

    C3
    C4
    FP1
    FP2
    FP3
    M2
    M3
    S1
    D1

    My question to you is if you think this is possible or reasonable to take in one year. If I were to do this then I would drop two of my subjects from this year so I would essentially be just doing Physics A2 (OCR) and the exams I listed above. I'm aiming for 90 UMS in all my exams this year however I really hate CompSci and History and really want to drop them next year.

    For the record do revise / do school work alot.

    Thanks in advance.
    Yes it is reasonable.


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    (Original post by Louisb19)
    Next year I am looking to take 9 maths exams. My school had a timetable clash last year which prevented me from taking FM (edexcel), for this reason I am only taking C1 C2 & M1 this summer. Next year I really want to take AS & A2 FM on top of finishing off my Maths A-Level and because I have a passion for maths and am willing to work really hard to achieve As in all 9 exams next year. The exams i'm thinking about sitting next year are:

    C3
    C4
    FP1
    FP2
    FP3
    M2
    M3
    S1
    D1

    My question to you is if you think this is possible or reasonable to take in one year. If I were to do this then I would drop two of my subjects from this year so I would essentially be just doing Physics A2 (OCR) and the exams I listed above. I'm aiming for 90 UMS in all my exams this year however I really hate CompSci and History and really want to drop them next year.

    For the record do revise / do school work alot.

    Thanks in advance.
    You should be fine, I'm doing 10 exams this year because I ****ed up at AS-level as I had no idea what I was going to do. Now I have a goal, I have an incentive to succeed, and therefore should be able to manage the exams. You should be no exception, as long as you have an incentive to do well.
 
 
 
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