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    I am looking for some advice from people who are currently doing / have done AS Maths Early:

    - I completed my GCSE In Mathematics in Year 9 and got an A*
    - This Year (10), I will be sitting the GCSE Level II AQA Further Maths GCSE
    - Currently, I am taking triple science, History, Computer Science and French as well as all of the other compulsory GCSE's.
    - I have already completed the C1 and C2 Modules through the textbook

    Will this help or hinder me in the future???
    i.e. Universities, Sixth Form Applications and if not What should I do instead?
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    It's advantageous to do it early 👍
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    (Original post by ZS2000)
    I am looking for some advice from people who are currently doing / have done AS Maths Early:

    - I completed my GCSE In Mathematics in Year 9 and got an A*
    - This Year (10), I will be sitting the GCSE Level II AQA Further Maths GCSE
    - Currently, I am taking triple science, History, Computer Science and French as well as all of the other compulsory GCSE's.
    - I have already completed the C1 and C2 Modules through the textbook

    Will this help or hinder me in the future???
    i.e. Universities, Sixth Form Applications and if not What should I do instead?
    It depends what you want to do at university. For some courses, like medicine, they want all your a levels to be taken in one sitting, so it would be a waste of your time to do it early.

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    As it would give you a bit of an advantage I would strongly recommend trying to ace your GCSE's attempting to get full marks rather than rush ahead. Things may not click together otherwise
 
 
 
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