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    Supposing I finished studying maths a level and wanted to continue studying maths, but don't want to get a full-fledged maths degree, what should I do? I like the real aspects of maths, things you can use in your day to day life. For example functional maths. If you know of what I could do please tell me, or if you know of a source that will guide me in the right directions.
    Any help is much appreciated.
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    (Original post by BlossomSerena)
    Supposing I finished studying maths a level and wanted to continue studying maths, but don't want to get a full-fledged maths degree, what should I do? I like the real aspects of maths, things you can use in your day to day life. For example functional maths. If you know of what I could do please tell me, or if you know of a source that will guide me in the right directions.
    Any help is much appreciated.
    What is "functional maths" ? Do engineering maybe.
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    (Original post by BlossomSerena)
    Supposing I finished studying maths a level and wanted to continue studying maths, but don't want to get a full-fledged maths degree, what should I do? I like the real aspects of maths, things you can use in your day to day life. For example functional maths. If you know of what I could do please tell me, or if you know of a source that will guide me in the right directions.
    Any help is much appreciated.
    engineering or physical mathematics (I think Bristol and a few others offer this) is a continuation of A levels ... (No pure maths in these)
 
 
 
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