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Rashani
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Can someone tell me whether i can do only statistics for a levels or whether it is a must to do core maths or pure maths with statistics?
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To get the A-level in maths you must do the core units.
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For maths A-level you have to do C1, C2, C3 and C4, and 2 applied units which you (or usually your sixth form/college) choose.

For further maths A-level you have to do FP1 and either (or even both of) FP2 or FP3, and then applied units to make up the full 6 units.
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(Original post by Rashani)
Can someone tell me whether i can do only statistics for a levels or whether it is a must to do core maths or pure maths with statistics?
There is Statistics A level where you study only statistics.
It is not taught at many schools.
http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/mathe...tatistics-6380

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