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    I really want to drop my fourth subject and self-teach further maths instead. I am doing CCEA Maths but would be doing Edexcel FP1, D1 and D2. Would i be able to catch up? How long would it take to learn these modules?
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    I really want to drop my fourth subject and self-teach further maths instead. I am doing CCEA Maths but would be doing Edexcel FP1, D1 and D2. Would i be able to catch up? How long would it take to learn these modules?
    Yes, you would be able to catch up if you enjoy it / you are motivated.

    Each module would probably take a month to do properly as well as balancing your other subjects on top - leaving plenty of time for past papers.

    Good luck! :borat:
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    D1 isn't that hard tbh, FP1 will require a bit of work (but not too much really), don't know about D2 >_>
 
 
 
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