Bobjim12
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I have seen on STEP advice websites that those who take normal Maths take STEP I and those who do Further Maths take STEP II and III.

Now, as i do take Further Maths, i'd assume if i were to take any papers then it would be II and III.

However, i feel as if it would take too much of my time to prepare for all 3 and i'd rather just attempt I. Will this be written off on an application because i do Further?

(This is for a CS course, applying to Cambridge primarily)

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Apply for Compsci. The university will tell you what papers they want you to do. Both II/III is unlikely as you're not applying for Maths.

Be aware that STEP is going to take a good amount of revision time regardless if you want to do well. It's a hard exam.
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(Original post by DJMayes)
Apply for Compsci. The university will tell you what papers they want you to do. Both II/III is unlikely as you're not applying for Maths.

Be aware that STEP is going to take a good amount of revision time regardless if you want to do well. It's a hard exam.
I want to try STEP I though, boost my application a little bit, although atm i am finding past papers a tad daunting (i.e i cant even attempt it XD)
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